Born For This

Main   Cast & Crew Gallery & Media Main Synopsis Can one person change the world? When a near bankrupt drop-in shelter is on the verge of closing its doors for good over Christmas, the homeless residents and those who run the shelter, question what the future holds. What does it mean to believe when […]

Animal (work in progress – 4th draft)

(previously known as Cirucs) When Raina Shepherd was 10 years old, she began biting.  30 years later, she’s still biting.  But biting is not her only problem.  Raina is schizophrenic, bipolar and manic depressive.  And to make matters worse, she’s off her medication.  Raina has lived with her parents, Cliff and Mercedes Shepherd, all her […]


Close tells the story of a teenage girl named Madeline who has locked herself in her parents’ basement and refuses to leave until she gets answers about the turmoil her family is going through. Close explores a profound encounter, family dynamics, and the idea that courage is not the absence of fear but the willingness, despite the fear, to stand firm and be counted.

Story of a Boy

Story of a Boy begins in 1969 during the Vietnam era and concludes in 2009. The play’s focus is on a mother and son and the journeys that take them on different paths. In life we can all get a little lost sometimes and in order to find our way back home we must be willing to accept love and forgiveness even if we feel we don’t deserve it. The events of this story take place on Christmas Eve through several decades.

The Way of the Cross

The Way of the Cross tells the story of three distinct families who are each dealing with the absence of fathers while confronting painful realities in their respective lives. These three stories are linked together by a Stranger who enters their lives and tries to bring about a peace they desperately want and need. The play delves into themes of patience and waiting as we hope for things to change; and as we struggle with the limitations that life sometimes places upon us.

Coffee and Cake

Coffee & Cake was performed at the Stone Church on December 13 & 14, 2008. The entire production was put together by mostly volunteers. The play combined a drama with music and revolved around a wacky couple whose very traditional views are tested around the holiday season. The play sheds light on the true meaning of Christmas and deals with themes of acceptance and tolerance.


Gloria and Adam gather for a celebratory weekend at their brother Joel’s cottage. In the course of the weekend, secrets from Joel’s troubled past come to the surface. Confessions are made and each one’s perceptions of themselves and their family are irrevocably altered. These siblings struggle to sort through their troubled collective past and come to realize that in the light of truth healing is possible and hope survives.


It’s for anyone who wants it.

His Day

Main Cast & Creative Main At the Stone Church – December 2002 Cast & Creative Cast RUTH / YOUNG ANGELA – Lisa Ciolfi BROOK / RICHARD –Kevin Aichele DAVID – Ryan Creighton JOSEPHINE / JOSEPHINE’S MOTHER – Rhonda Matheson SARAH / SARAH’S MOTHER – Elaine Cousins RACHEL / RACHEL’S MOTHER – Leona Rekker LOCK / […]


Main Cast & Creative Chorus & Band Production Team Songs Main Synopsis “The possibilities are endless.” This dialogue epitomizes PERFECT, which tells the tale of Marilyn, a pregnant teen who faces huge challenges on the eve of Christmas. An allegory taken from the account of Mary and Joseph and leading up to and including Christ’s […]

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