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Sister Mary Liar

theatre · mcgowan · Ages 14+ · world premiere · one person show · United States

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SUSIE HAYASAKA June 17, 2011
Sister Mary Liar is a breathe of fresh air. Carla is a star - she takes you through a quirky/lovable story... it sounds cliche, but she will make you laugh and shed a tear. How many one man shows do that?! This is a show worth seeing. ... full review
KATHY TURNER June 13, 2011
This was my first time to experience the Fringe Festival and I managed to squeeze in two performances this past Saturday (6/11) this being the second one, and thank God I did! Carla Snowden is a breath of fresh air and had the audience laughing the whole way through with her clever dialogue and great facial expressions, and when she started to cry near the end, had me wiping away tears of my own. The story was quick paced moving forward where she was "volunteering" with the aging sisters in their rest home, giving her "confession" to the priest, and yet managed to cover several back story experiences of Carla as a young girl in her early school days and bouncing back to the current time without missing a beat and making sure we had... full review
CHRISTY GRISWOLD June 17, 2011
Laugh out loud funny...... full review
RON COLLINS certified reviewer June 20, 2011
Hilarious and poignant view of Catholic guilt and teen angst. Incredible characters created by Carla Snowden Not to be missed.... full review

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