I think something is going on in that convent. They used to be so quiet and polite. Not anymore, nope, just a hooping and halloring for sure. A week or so ago, a plain blue car drove up late at night, You can’t fool me, it was a cop car, everyone know what they look like. This big man got out and walked a woman inside. Heaven Help Her, when the cop takes you to a convent rather than jail, Whew, I just don’t know.
Not much happened after that. Oh everyday them nuns would begin the day sounding like they was strangling cats, but seems to be getting better. I did see these two out of town looking fellows walking around the place and talking on them fancy phones of theirs. “Get a flip phone” I yelled at them Can’t steal your identity on one of them flip ones.
OH, OH, I saw this strange looking bubble car pull up today, and a man with a funny hat got out. I swear not one person let his feet touch anything that was not red. There is this letter, right here, from the convent. Let me see what is written on it.
“Community Playhouse of Lancaster County
Sister Act A Divine Musical Comedy
$12 for Adults
$8 for Senior Citizens and Students
$5 for 10yrs and Younger
April 20th @ 7:30 PM
April 21st @ 7:30 PM
April 22nd @ 3:00 PM
April 26th @ 7:30 PM
April 27th @ 7:30 PM
April 28th @ 7:30 PM
Barr Street Auditorium
610 E Meeting St
Lancaster SC 29720
Tickets are now on sale
Please call the Lancaster County Council of the Arts for Presale tickets at 803-285-7451 or visit them at 201 W Gay St. Lancaster SC 29720.
Tickets can be purchased at the Door.
Tickets can also be purchased at www.lancasterplayhouse.com ”
I sure wish I could go, will you go for me, and see what all that is about. Oh and there is a rumor that it involved a murder…