‘Sister Act’–where the convent is now a sorority house

Midway through the second act of “Sister Act,” its protagonist, down-on-her-luck club singer Deloris Van Cartier, sings: “I’ll have my sisters with me still/I’ll have my sisters, always will,” and one can’t help wondering whether or not she’s still talking about the same sisters of the immaculate frock and immaculate voice bopping all around her.

Deloris, one should recall, is on witness protection after walking in on her gangster boyfriend shooting a henchman dead. Now she’s hiding out in a convent, in the process resurrecting the once-hopeless choir while clashing with the traditional Mother Superior.

When Deloris breaks into the title song, however, it’s the ultimate cue for…

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