Sinners and Saints by Robert Wheeler


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Sinners and Saints by Robert Wheeler

“Sinners and Saints” is one of Rob Wheeler’s funniest plays. It revolves around opposing family values. Nick, a confirmed bachelor, returns to the family home, on leave from the Navy, to find his young and only brother, Andrew, has become a priest. Alice, Nick and Andrew’s mother is passionate about her need for grandchildren. With Andrew a priest, unable to marry, Nick is her only hope for grandchildren. Nick plots with girlfriend Darlene to have Darlene’s girlfriend, Caroline, seduce Andrew from the priesthood. Caroline considers it her calling to tempt married men from their wives, so she considers seducing Andrew a unique challenge. Caroline enters as a raw, moral-less, but physically attractive young woman, then, during numerous interactions, including confessions, is transformed into a mature, caring, sensitive Christian. “Sinners and Saints” has similar values to “My Fare Lady” and “Pretty Woman”. Sometimes when everything goes wrong, then they go right again. “Sinners and Saints” has unusual twists and turns and finishes off with unexpected happenings.

Keywords: Religious, mature family play

Genre: Comedy
Acts: 2
Run time: 90 minutes

Cast size: 4 actors
Male roles: 2
Female roles: 2