|A Grave for Sister Agatha
| Open: 09/10/08 Close: 09/21/08
This character comedy/mystery by Robert Crafford uses the bar play genre to introduce some raucous and raunchy patrons who use wit like a round-house punch. But the bar is a former chapel and its mystical manifestations begin to unnerve even these jaded deadbeats. Is the drip in the bathroom holy water or a leaky sewer pipe? Is the blood that leaks from a patron's ears stigmata or a symptom of disease? To stir the pot even more, Crafford introduces cultural icons (heroic cowboy, stern mother superior, Superman), explodes them, and leaves us to decide if we have seen a miracle or a hoax. Co-produced by Ken Bush and Matthew Gregory and directed by Ken Bush.