AREN'T ALL "HABITS" CREATED EQUAL?
A displaced group of singing nuns, along with their monsignor from up North find themselves down South in the heart of New Orleans. Amidst the “Big Easy” culture shock, unusual street characters and blending of “habits,” a sudden outbreak of CONVENT FEVER is anything, but easy to control or cure. This musically-rich, and delightfully soul-stirring show explores the discovery of friendship, forgiveness and true faith.
This original show is written, produced and directed by Jeneen Hammond, a Georgia-resident Playwright and will feature excerpts from “The Bag Lady” as portrayed by Mrs. Hammond.
Packed with multi-cultural Georgia talent, this show is destined to strike a chord across generations, denominations, race, color and creed.
“This family-friendly comedy captures heart-warming messages and joyful, soul-stirring music that puts a song in your heart and a little jazz in your step.”
"Covering a vast array of biblical precepts, while being hilariously funny..."
This event is produced by an outside promoter and is not affiliated with Main Street Toccoa.
Date: November 5, 2017
Times: 2:30pm & 7pm
Tickets: Buy HERE.