'It's A Ho-Ho-Holy Night' at 'Christmas Bingo' Nov. 17 in McHenry

  • Author Vicki Quade portrays Sister Margaret Mary, a retired nun and bingo caller.

    Author Vicki Quade portrays Sister Margaret Mary, a retired nun and bingo caller. Courtesy of Nuns4Fun Theater Group

 
Submitted by Kathryn Godlewski
Updated 11/8/2019 11:15 PM

Did Santa babysit the baby Jesus? Why were the Three Wise Men so lost? Do you know what the holiday classic "Silent Night" first sounded like?

Where do candy canes and St. Nick come from.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

The answers to these and other hilarious questions are answered in the hit holiday comedy, "Christmas Bingo: It's A Ho-Ho-Holy Night."

This interactive comedy has been a fixture in Chicago since 2012 at the Royal George Theater in Chicago. It was selected as one of the Top 10 holiday shows in Chicago by Chris Jones, the Chicago Tribune theater critic. Come and play bingo with the wackiest bingo cards ever, win equally wacky prizes and enjoy wonderful Catholic humor. This is downtown theater brought to McHenry for your enjoyment.

See it at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 17, at St. Mary Church, 1407 N. Richmond Road, McHenry. Doors open at 1 p.m.

Handicap seating is available. Tickets are available at the church, (815) 385-0024 or email stmarylady@aol.com.

Ticket prices;

VIP - $75.00 includes front row seating, wine reception before performance, dessert reception after performance with an appearance by the star of the show.

Premium - $50.00 includes special seating and dessert reception after the show.

General Seating - $25.

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