GALAS – June 13-28

Theatre at St. John’s In Association With Yorick Theater Company Presents FIRST EVER REVIVAL OF Charles Ludlam’s GALAS Ridiculous Theatrical Company’s Iconic Sendup of an Opera Superstar Starring and Directed by EVERETT QUINTON Celebrating World Pride in NYC and 50th...

April 4: TWISTED OLIVIA – a staged reading

Our tribute of local theatre legend EVERETT QUINTON, begins with a reading of Quinton's own play.  After his much applauded production of A TALE OF TWO CITIES, he returned to Dickens and created this award-winning telling of Oliver Twist. Quinton will both direct and...

BARE – the musical

Theatre at St. John's Stonewall 50 series continues with... 'BARE' a pop opera in the church The electric contemporary pop/rock opera, BARE follows a group of students at a Catholic boarding school as they grapple with their sexuality, identity, and the future. As the...

Theatre at St. John’s Celebrates Stonewall 50

The theatre companies that call Theatre at St. John's home are joining together to celebrate the monumental anniversary of the Stonewall Uprisings of 1969. Almost every production staged this year will connect with the Stonewall legacy of freedom, liberty, courage,...

Insisted Living

Theatre at St. John's offers this year's Pride production:  Insisted Living. Greenwich Village icon Everett Quinton and Tony- nominee Lou Liberatore lead a cast in a humorous, yet honest look at the challenges of care giving and growing older in this new play by Mark...

Walking in Faith – sermon with two plays

Lectionary 19 Prayer of the Day O God our defender, storms rage around and within us and cause us to be afraid. Rescue your people from despair, deliver your sons and daughters from fear, and preserve us in the faith of your Son, Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord....

Marc in Venice for Pride

As part of its Pride Month celebration, St. John’s is excited to present a new play that interweaves stories of faith and self-discovery.  Marc in Venice is a unique play that is anything but a typical coming out story.  Set in three different centuries, three...

St. John’s Actors Going to Wittenberg, Germany

St. John's will be sending representatives of its theatre ministry to participate in an international gathering hosted by the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Germany to commemorate the 500th Anniversary of the start of the Reformation.  In the shadow of the church...

Mystery Play Cafe

The medieval church used mystery plays to teach Bible stories. We set old against new with the help of Nobel Prize winning, Italian playwright Dario Fo (Accidental Death of an Anarchist) and Pulitzer Prize winning American playwright Thornton Wilder. Join us at the...

Reading of WITTENBERG by David Davalos

Dr. Martin Luther and Dr. Faustus debate faith and reason as they each try to win over their young student, Hamlet. Theology and philosophy rarely are presented with such humor and humanity. With Chris Johnson, Jenne Vath, and Mark Erson A reading, directed by Everett...

Faith Alone! WITTENBERG by David Davalos, Feb. 3 & 4th at 7:30 PM
Scripture Alone! MYSTERY PLAYS: OLD AND NEW with works by Dario Fo and Others, April 27, 28, 29 at 7:30 PM
Grace Alone! HOUSE BY THE STABLE and GRACE AND GRAB by Charles Williams, Oct. 19, 20, 21, 22 at 7:30 PM

These two one acts are a modern take on the morality plays of the middle ages. Everyman is at the center of story and interacts with characters like Pride, Hell, Faith and Grace.

Oct. 19, 20, 21, 22 at 7:30 PM

Christ Alone! DR. LUTHER DIRECTS THE CHRISTMAS PAGEANT by Mark Erson, Nov. 30th - Dec. 3rd at 7:30 PM

The church’s annual pageant will never be the same after Dr. Luther bursts in and takes over the direction and the meaning.

Nov. 30th – Dec. 3rd at 7:30 PM.

A special Pride Month offering... MARC IN VENICE, June 16 - 28

A tag-team journey into truth interweaves three stories from three centuries. An angel guide proves helpful. For Marc in Venice in the 21st century, the help comes from Angelo.

Said of the recent premiere production:

“Run, don’t walk to see this production!! … the play was so well written.”

   “Serious, yet whimsical… both existential and personal. Delightful.”

Reminded me where hope is to be found.”

“An engaging meditation on the unchanging power of truth in the midst of the changes of history. It was funny and moving.”

 “An intense and provocative play.”

Reminds us that Truth is still an honorable and worthwhile journey.”

Performance schedule:
(Curtain at 8 PM, unless otherwise noted.)
Friday, June 16            Opening
Saturday, June 17        Performance
Sunday, June 18          Performance
Tuesday, June 20         Performance
Wednesday, June 21    Performance
Friday, June 23             Performance
Saturday, June 24        Matinee (3 PM)
Monday, June 26          Performance
Tuesday, June 27         Performance
Wednesday, June 28    Performance

Tickets:  Performances – $15
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(Group sales available for groups of 8 or more.  Please contact St. John’s.)

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