Theatre Arts

Wherefore in All Things: Looking Back on Henry V
Due to the restrictions of COVID-19, Redeemer’s spring mainstage was cancelled. The cast and crew reflect on the show’s preparation and potential.
Scholarships, Sketches and Shaw
With help from a prestigious scholarship, associate professor of theatre arts Dr. Sharon Klassen delves into the world of turn-of-the-century playwright George Bernard Shaw.
Blessed be the Play that Binds
Aaron Joel Craig '10 of Hamilton's Same Boat Theatre, lives out his faith by directing theatre that tells countercultural stories.
A Modern Spin on a Beloved Classic
Redeemer’s spring mainstage production of Robert Brinsley Sheridan’s The Rivals put contemporary and Christian angles on a classic English satire
A War with Many Fronts
Redeemer’s fall mainstage production, "Front", examines the effect war can have on those at home.
Subway Stations of the Cross
Ins Choi’s performance calls Christians to reexamine their perspectives on homelessness.
A Small Program with a Big Punch
Alumna Paige Louter '13 has been involved in a variety of experiential learning opportunities since graduating
Hecuba named one of best shows of 2015
Redeemer's rendition of Hecuba has been named by View magazine as one of the best shows of 2015.
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