Stained Glass Theatre

Stained Glass Theatre

Upcoming Show:

The Damascus Road

by Ron Boutwell

Performing February 26 through March 28, 2015
Tickets on sale October 28

Saul of Tarsus, who became a hero of the faith, fighting to bring the gospel to Gentiles and Jews alike.

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Performance Dates

SGT show times: Thursdays and Fridays at 7:00 p.m. and Saturdays at 2:30 p.m. In addition there will be a Sunday matinee on the third week of each production that begins at 2:30 p.m. Doors open 45 minutes before curtain.

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Many of the SGT productions are filmed, usually during the first week of performance, with high-definition wide-angle cameras. DVDs of these shows are made available for purchase at the Stained Glass Theatre Box Office or at the online store.

DVDs are sold for $15.00

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Corporate Sponsors

Each Stained Glass Theatre show is produced in large part due to the generosity of our corporate sponsors. For this show, these sponsors include:

Our “Season of Heroes” Sponsor

Special thanks to Queen Elizabeth Ladies’ Gaudy Fashions for sponsoring our Season of Heroes.

Queen Elizabeth Fashions





Auditions for “the Damascus Road” Set for January 12


Auditions Announced for “The Damascus Road”

Open auditions for the “The Damascus Road,” by Ron Boutwell, will be held Monday, January 12, at 7 p.m. Scripts and audition packets will be available beginning Tuesday, December 30, during regular Box Office hours (noon – 5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday). There will be a $5 deposit for the scripts, refundable if the script is returned by the time of audition.

Cast of Characters


TIMOTHY (Also Barnabas and others)
RHODA (Servant girl in the house of Judas)
LOIS (Also wife of Ananias)
STEPHEN (Also PeterSilasLuke and others)



MARCUS (Also GuardSoldierJailer, and Festus)
SALOME (Also girl possessed with the spirit of divination) 






HIGH PRIEST (Also Theophilus) 

Note that for many of the characters there is a wide range of acceptable ages.

Show Synopsis

Saul of Tarsus, persecutor of Christ-followers, was struck by a blinding light on the road to Damascus. This encounter with the Son of God changed his life forever. He became a brave hero of the faith fighting to bring the gospel to the Gentiles as well as the Jews. He took three missionary journeys planting churches along the way. The letters he wrote to those churches and to individuals like Timothy still guide believers today. During his service to the Lord, he was mocked, beaten, stoned, jailed, shipwrecked, and ultimately beheaded. He never wavered in his determination to run the race, for he was “not ashamed of the gospel of Christ.”