|Sister Dottie: Fearless and Funny|
|By Michael N. Westley
The Passion of Sister Dottie S. Dixon gives a bold, humorous and poignant look into the mind and heart of a mother with a gay son.
The fact that Sister Dottie just happens to be a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints works as the perfect vehicle to drive a slew of irreverent and ever-sa-true jabs at the culture and dialectical characteristics of a Utah Mormon – more specifically of those from the Utah County community of Spanish Fork.
The play, which opens May 1 and runs through May 17 in the Rose Wagner Black Box Theater, features Charles Frost as the impenetrable Sister Dottie – a co-creation by Frost and KRCL's Troy Williams, who needed a character for a news radio show. Almost three years after Sister Dottie hit the Utah airwaves, the two brought her to life on stage.
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