Just a quick post on a play seen last week at Gunston Arts Center in Arlington, Christopher Durang’s Sister Mary Ignatius Explains it All.  The production, by American Century Theatre under Joe Banno’s direction, does its best to wring the wit and poignancy out of a script that takes very broad shots at the Catholic Church and its hypocrisies. The marvelously inventive design of the production, from the school desks and portraits of Kennedy, the Pope, and Jesus on the classroom wall to the composition book formatting of the program, makes you feel as though you have stepped back into your own childhood parochial school (even if, like me, you never attended Catholic school).  The info on the play is here (http://www.americancentury.org/pr_mary.pdf) for those of you who are diehard Durang fans (not me). I will still be looking out for future productions by the company.  In meantime, please let me hear your suggestions and thoughts on what to see, what you  think I should write about, etc…