Theater Arts

April 27-29, 2017 - "January Thaw" by William Roos

Directed by Julie Mountcastle

January Thaw
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“January Thaw” is a gentle, charming comedy about the Gage family, who are trying to settle down in the old farmhouse they've acquired – and about Jonathan and Mathilda Rockwood, the original owners of the house, who show up with an old deed giving them the right to live there too. As a contest for possession begins, the two families are isolated together by a blizzard. In the freezing house, while the Gages breakfast on what's left—cornflakes, molasses and olives—the smell of fresh biscuits comes from the rooms of the old-fashioned Rockwoods ...

Performances at 7:30pm on April 27, 28 and 29. Tickets $15 each, available online at .

April 29-30, 2016 - "Two Bards with One Stone"

  • The Shakespeares by Colleen Shaddox, directed by Dick Smith and Colleen Shaddox

  • The Hamlet Thrill-ma-geddon by Don Zolidis, directed by Nick Appleby

A Shakespeare Double Header (of a sort) at Spring Glen Church -- in spring 2016, the Spring Glen Theater Arts Ministry entertained us with two one-act comedies relating to everyone’s favorite 16th century playwright.

For more details, including photos and full video of both shows, click here

April 2015 - See How They Run

Directed by Clay Delaney

What could be more fun than a houseful of vicars ? How about one with a Russian spy , an American actor turned soldier , an actress turned vicar’s wife , the police , the maid and a faithful church member in for the experience of her life? On April 23rd, 24th and 25th, 2015 , the Theater Arts Ministry presented Philip King’s See How They Run on the Spring Glen Great Hall stage. A raucously good time was had by all!

Click here to see photos of  "See How They Run" by Teri Osborn Kolton and Debbie Carpenter

Spring Glen Church Theater Arts Ministry presents
George Washington Slept Here - April 2013

The Theater Arts Ministry of the Spring Glen Church performed Kaufman and Hart's " George Washington Slept Here " on the evenings of Thursday, April 11th through Saturday, April 13th .

The story: New Yorker Newton Fuller is thrilled to buy a 200-year old house in the Pennsylvania woods so that he can have a piece of America all his own.  OK, maybe he didn’t check out all the details first.  And maybe he should have consulted his wife.  But it’s a lot funnier this way. ...




Past Productions

The Matchmaker, 2012

See photos of the cast of The Matchmaker - click here

Godspell, 2011

Read an article about the show        View more photos from Godspell

My Sister Eileen, 2010