Honoring God On The Stage

Presenting God's Truth Through Visual Form

While we present fictions, our program takes our calling as truth-tellers very seriously. Our desire, whether actor, stage manager, stage crew, director, or makeup coordinator, is to “hold a mirror up to nature,” to help our audience and ourselves see our world and our part in it a little more clearly.

Tonight"s the Night!

Join us in celebrating the arts this Thursday, April 15th at 7:00pm in our Middle School gym.

Listen to and enjoy student-directed and written shows, music, art, and poetry throughout the evening. A small coffee bar with pastries and specialty beverages will be available. There will be a $5.00 suggested donation at the door to help support our Arts Department and God-given talents and creativity. Due to COVID, capacity will be limited so we are asking attendees to RSVP ahead of arriving. The event will also be live-streamed for those who cannot make it in person. A link to the live-stream will be added to the RSVP page closer to the time of the event.

Performance As A Form Of Worship.

We are dedicated to producing plays and musicals that emphasize all of the human experience – not only to make the audience laugh, but also to think and feel.

We offer a wide variety of staging – from large main stage musicals, to more intimate theatre in black box type staging. This wide variety of experiences and staging entertains both the audience and participant and  broadens and challenges what it means to be fallen humans created in God’s image.

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