- $18 for one general-admission ticket to see Bible Bingo or Late Nite Catechism (up to $30 value)
- Bible Bingo runs Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m.
- Late Nite Catechism runs Saturdays at 5 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m.
Highlights from Bible Bingo
When the archdiocese decides to set up a bingo night to alleviate its financial distress, it knows exactly who to put in charge: Mrs.—formerly Sister—Mary Margaret O’Brien. Although she has renounced her vocation, O’Brien hasn’t lost any of her nun’s strictness, and it all comes out as she leads the venue in seven hilarious games of bingo. Conceived by Vicki Quade, the mind behind the hit Late Nite Catechism shows, Bible Bingo sees Mrs. O’Brien rule the audience with an acerbic wit and iron fist as she doles out prizes, jokes, and discipline in equal measure. Played by a cycling lineup of improvisers, O’Brien doesn’t hesitate to snatch errant cellphones, reprimand noisy players, and send false bingo claimants to reflect on their misdeeds in the corner.
Late Nite Catechism
Highlights from Late Nite Catechism
In the latest incarnation of the long-running comedy series Late Nite Catechism, “Sister” transforms the venue into a classroom, where she teaches the dos and don’ts (mostly the don’ts) of navigating the modern world. In this interactive experience, the audience plays Sister’s students, and anyone attending does so at risk of her hilarious but decidedly pointed wit, particularly if they chew gum, dare to whisper to their neighbor, or knowingly start a cootie epidemic. Attentive audience members will find themselves rewarded with soul-protecting prizes, such as glow-in-the-dark rosaries, but naughty students might find themselves confined to a corner onstage.