Showtimes

  • Weds-Sat at 8pm with 2pm Sat matinees
  • Running Time: 90 minutes with no intermission

Special Showings

  • Pay-What-You-Can Preview: Thurs, Sept 14 at 8pm
  • Artist Talkback: Friday, Sept 22nd

Reviews — 6 Open

Mae Runions

Sep. 18, 2017

5:07 PM

an amazing and thoughtful expression of the dilemma of what differing beliefs and opinions can do to the unity of a church – or any organization.
To agree to disagree and still stay united is not easy, but necessary.

the depiction of the human struggle with this was brilliant.
loved the acting, thanks

Anne-Marie Epp

Sep. 18, 2017

5:25 PM

Our party of 4 enjoyed the play a lot, probably for different reasons. One of us, as an atheist,, was struck by the anguish people of faith can experience. All of us were moved by the fine performances. I, as a former church goer, translated the schism into more relevant topics: gay marriage, for example, and the crisis is causes. I was also deeply moved by the focus on the the marriage, and how communication can be taken for granted. A wonderful experience. Many thanks.

Sharon

Sep. 19, 2017

9:37 AM

The play was really good, however no where in the play did they talk about what God says in the Bible about the kind of Christians we should be.

Peter

Sep. 26, 2017

8:22 AM

As always another excellent production by Pacific Theatre. Although thought provoking, I left the theatre somewhat disillusioned as it would appear there is no answer to the question how to dialogue better, how to avoid schisms and church breakups. It would seem that the protest that started with the reformation continues to define Protestantism. Protest is our Protestant root word. And we’ve become good at it. But where can we turn to to find the authority that can help us say: this is what the Bible teaches, this is what the Church teaches. Sola Scriptura almost doesn’t seem to be enough in terms of maintaining unity of the Church and the unified interpretation of the Scriptures. Not sure if it exists, but a follow-up play that addresses the Tradition (like for example Fiddler on the Roof) may be able to point us in a direction that most Protestants simply do not venture into. Thank you Ron Reid and cast for putting this on.

joan ferguson

Sep. 28, 2017

6:31 PM

An excellent production, superb acting, wonderful joyful
singing, beautifully acted how Christian beliefs can divide
people, thought provoking.Thank you for tackling such
a controversial subject.

Jackie Smith

Oct. 3, 2017

4:34 PM

I enjoyed the show! The singing, casting and acting were terrific. It was a great venue too. I was glad to have seen it but I am not sure how many of my friends would be as interested in the debate about the devil as I was….I feel the same way as the Minister did, so I felt sorry for him in the end.

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