SISTER MYOTIS'S BIBLE CAMP

Genre: Other
Written by Steve Swift, Directed by Jerre Dye

Being the head deaconess of an 80,000-member mega-church is not without its challenges. In SISTER MYOTIS'S BIBLE CAMP, the faithful flocks need tending. And for the faithless, well, let's just say there's hope. Sister Myotis, Ima Lone, and Velma Needlemeyer will be in attendance to host the annual Women's Church Retreat in hopes of giving backsliders, whoremongers, and the "chronically mediocre" a second chance at salvation.

Steve Swift stars as Sister Myotis, whose sermon on thongs and "good Christian panties" has become a YouTube sensation, with over 2,600,000 viewers. Joining Mr. Swift are Todd Berry as Velma Needlemeyer and Jenny Odle Madden as Ima Lone.

SISTER MYOTIS'S BIBLE CAMP features set design by Jerre Dye; costume design by Ashley Whitten Kopera and Kim Yeager, with Kathy Farris; and sound design by David Newsome.


About the Company: Abingdon Theatre Company

Since 1993, Abingdon Theatre Company has developed and produced new plays by American playwrights exclusively. Their actors, directors, designers, producers and dramaturgs have collaborated with more than 200 playwrights to develop original plays. Under the guidance of Artistic Director Jan Buttram and Managing Director Samuel J. Bellinger, the company provides a safe home in which playwrights collaborate with other theatre artists and receive audience feedback through readings and workout labs, culminating in full productions.

Preview:   06/11/10
Open:   06/20/10
Close:   07/04/10

Schedule:
Wednesdays and Thursdays at 7:00pm
Fridays at 8:00pm
Saturdays at 2:00pm and 8:00pm
Sundays at 2:00pm*

**with the following exception: special opening night performance, Sunday, June 20 at 5:00pm; no 2:00pm that day**

Theater:   Abingdon Theater, Dorothy Strelsin Thr
Address:   312 West 36th Street, First Floor
New York, NY 10018
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Cost:$25
Buy Tickets Online or Call: Vendini at 212-868-2055
Presented by: Abingdon Theatre Company         Official Web Site: www.abingdontheatre.org