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Tuesday July 17th, 2012

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Korda Productions presents its fifth Charles Busch play, The Divine Sister, opening this weekend.

The play centered around a Mother Superior at Saint Veronica’s who has more than her share of problems. From an angry millionaire atheist, a sinister monk, a hidden tomb, a secret code, a long-lost lover, a novice with stigmata and a forgotten love child she has her hands full.

The Divine Sister stars Christopher Lawrence-Menard, Carla Gyemi, Dan MacDonald, Tracey B. Atin, Karen Tompkins, and Fay Lynn. Directed by Jeff Marontate and Produced by Tracey Atin.

Tickets $15 General Admission or $10 for Seniors. The show dates are July 20, 21, 26, 27, 28 @ 8pm and July 22 @ 2pm. This play contains foul language.

It is presented at the Kordazone Theatre which is located at 2520 Seminole.

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