Dr. Barb Ginley (Melissa Rae Wilkeson) gives Sister Elizabeth Donderstock (Karyn Czar) in an attempt to find a cure for her profuse perspiration. Balagula Theatre presents The Book of Liz by Amy and David Sedaris Nov. 27-Dec. 7 at Natasha's Bistro and Bar, 112 Esplanade. These photos were taken at a dress rehearsal in the Balagula rehearsal studio Nov. 17, 2011. Photo by Rich Copley| Lexington Herald-Leader
Dr. Barb Ginley (Melissa Rae Wilkeson) gives Sister Elizabeth Donderstock (Karyn Czar) in an attempt to find a cure for her profuse perspiration. Balagula Theatre presents The Book of Liz by Amy and David Sedaris Nov. 27-Dec. 7 at Natasha's Bistro and Bar, 112 Esplanade. These photos were taken at a dress rehearsal in the Balagula rehearsal studio Nov. 17, 2011. Photo by Rich Copley| Lexington Herald-Leader Lexington Herald-Leader
Dr. Barb Ginley (Melissa Rae Wilkeson) gives Sister Elizabeth Donderstock (Karyn Czar) in an attempt to find a cure for her profuse perspiration. Balagula Theatre presents The Book of Liz by Amy and David Sedaris Nov. 27-Dec. 7 at Natasha's Bistro and Bar, 112 Esplanade. These photos were taken at a dress rehearsal in the Balagula rehearsal studio Nov. 17, 2011. Photo by Rich Copley| Lexington Herald-Leader Lexington Herald-Leader

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