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Bible Bingo
Bible Bingo

Bible Bingo
Royal George Theatre
Thru - Mar 15, 2020

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Chicago Reader- Highly Recommended

"...Church bingo fund-raiser Mrs. O'Brien is full of salty-nun severity and some refreshing snark, welcoming audience-member squirms elicited by talk of religion on date night. As one-half of the token Jewish couple and unlikely winner of the first round of bingo, I got more attention and Catholic prizes than I'd prayed for-and promptly traded my Bible eraser for another winner's mini Torah. (Don't tell Mrs. O'Brien!)"
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Marissa Oberlander

Theatre By Numbers- Highly Recommended

"...This show isnít high art, nor does it need to be. Iím pretty sure if it were, I wouldnít want to see it again. Instead, I expect that Iíll go back at some point when not wearing my critic hat, just to have a good time."
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Christopher Kidder-Mostrom

Chicago Stage Standard- Recommended

"...For a fun night out go to Bible Bingo the more the merrier, oh and there is a beer bash (bar) in the back of the room as well! This would be a fun family outing too, bring Mom, Grandma, and Aunt Pat they will find it to be a hoot!"

Sally Jo Osborne

NewCity Chicago- Recommended

"...In the tradition of most interactive shows and every Catholic school, latecomers are called out; some are even asked to give a dollar to charity, which Quade gladly accepts. Through collections and performances, Quade and her company have raised more than $2 million for various orders of nuns around the world. So, although some of the humor may make some folks a bit uncomfortable, itís fair to say the premise of the show can leave audience members of any age and religion feeling like winners. Isnít that what a good game of bingo is all about?"
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Mary Kroeck