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Press Release - Fall 2015

Contact: Mary McHale at McHale Productions, Inc

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McHale Productions Announces The Return Of It's Hit Show "Sister B's Bingo Bonanza"

Chicago, IL - McHale Productions, producer of the runaway hit comedy show "Sister B's Bingo Bonanza" has made a few tweaks and upgrades and is proud to announce the show is back with a vengeance. Since 2002 the show has been intensely traveling the Midwest and other more exotic locales including New York, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and the Caribbean to bring our mission and unique interactive comedy to all who want to learn about sin, virtue and winning big. After paying a mere dime for a bingo card, players are treated to 75 mins of full-on hilarity and bingo fun.

When Sister B discovers her bingo board mysteriously broken, who copes as best she can with cohorts Father Martini and Sister Cherisse and invents a way to save them all from living in the streets.

After salvaging as much as she can the three set about traveling the globe to raise enough money (one dime at a time) to re-establish themselves a legitimate parish running the hottest bingo game in town. Madcap misadventure and uproarious laughter are the best results.

Audiences have been doubled over with laughter and flocking to see the show for 13 years and McHale Productions is thrilled to announce the continuation of local performances at the Ebenezer Lutheran Church in Andersonville on Chicago's north side. Writers Mary McHale and Susan Gaspar believe that the Dining Room is the perfect backdrop for this whacky theatrical adventure.

"Sister B's Bingo Bonanza" currently features McHale in the original title role of Sister B,  Dave Nolan as Father Martini and Carey Lee Burton as Sister Cherisse. Gaspar who originated the role of Sister Cherisse directs. McHale and Gaspar welcome the chance to  perform a regular run of the show so close to home.