Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Saved Again: Sister Myotis headlines a benefit gala for Theatre Memphis

Posted By on Tue, May 12, 2009 at 12:57 PM

4e8b/1242152597-myotis.jpgThis year's gala at Theatre Memphis promises to be a religious experience thanks to the sermonic stylings of Sister Myotis, the Jesus-loving, thong-and-Satan-hating creation of Steve Swift and the Voices of the South theater company.

On May 29 Sister Myotis will extoll virtues of the performing arts and conduct a live auction on Theatre Memphis' Lohrey Stage. Meanwhile blues & jazz songstress Joyce Cobb will provide entertainment for those who prefer to stay close to the buffet.

Debbie Litch, Executive Producer for Theatre Memphis says she's is enthusiastic to have Sister Myotis at TM to kick off the new 2009-10 season announcement.

“It will be so great to be able to introduce not only our very popular new season, but also to introduce Sister Myotis to a broader audience in our venue. She is one funny gal!,” Litch says.

Sponsor packages can be purchased for $1000 ($800 tax deductible) and include eight tickets to the event. Individual tickets can be purchased for $150 with $100 being tax deductible. To purchase tickets, call the Box Office at 901.682.8323

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