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August 10, 2011 by Paula Reed Nancarrow

The Magnificent Story of St. Marlene’s Marvelous Moonshine (Made by Monks) at the 2011 Minnesota Fringe Festival
Christy Marie Kent

Christy’s “unconventional reverence” is something I wish we had more of in institutional religion. She is especially good at humor that depends on a reversal of expectations. Having lived in Tennessee for six years myself, I know how intensely where you are born figures into who you are. I was told then that our children would always be Yankees, even if I gave birth while we were living there.  “If the cat had kittens in the oven, we would not call them biscuits, would we?”  If anything detracted (just a titch) from my enjoyment of these stories, it is that I have so rarely had the privilege of meeting such tolerant and interesting folk, in the church or in the South. Perhaps we can create them at Fringe Festivals. I think there’s a market.

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