The poster for The Christians

The Christians

By Lucas Hnath

Performance Dates: November 2-4, 9-11

Performance Times: 7:30 pm

Performance Location: Tremper Studio Theatre (Room 120)

Closest Parking: North end of Tremper's west side parking lot. Enter through door #27 for closest entrance to the performance space.

Ticket Prices: $5.00 for students and staff (any KUSD staff member), $10.00 for senior citizens, $12.00 for general adults. Ticket information can be found on the Ticket Info link on this page.

Run Time: approximately 80 minutes. There will be no intermission.

Synopsis: Twenty years ago, Pastor Paul's church was nothing more than a modest storefront. Now he presides over a congregation of thousands, with classrooms for Sunday School, a coffee shop in the lobby, and a baptismal font as big as a swimming pool. Today should be a day of celebration. But Paul is about to preach a sermon that will shake the foundations of his church's belief. A big-little play about faith in America and the trouble with changing your mind.

Promotional Video

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Headshot of Pastor Paul

Mikey Kok-Pastor Paul

Mikey is a senior at Tremper High School. This is his fourth show as an actor, but he has been involved in a total of seven shows. Next year, he is planning on attending a university to study Biology and Pre-Med. He would like to thank the cast for being so supportive and his director, Mr. Cicerale, for helping him in so many ways over the past four years. He would like you to know that he watched all 67 episodes of Game of Thrones in one month.
Headshot of His Wife, Elizabeth

Erin Dillon-His Wife, Elizabeth

Erin is a senior at Tremper and this is the 10th show that she has been involved in at Tremper. She would like to thank her family, especially her brother, Dylan Dillon, for always supporting her, Mr. Cicerale for being a fantastic director, and Dana and Maddie for helping this production run as smoothly as possible. She is very thankful for Tremper Drama Club and doesn't know where she'd be without it.
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Sam Kuchta-The Associate Pastor

Sam is a senior at Tremper High School, this is the 6th show he has acted in, and he could not be happier with his time in this program. He would like to give an enormous thank you to Mr. Cicerale for helping him along to become a better performer and person. Also, a special thanks to his parents for being amazing. In college he plans on studying Political Science. Thank you, all.
Headshot of The Elder

Jarod Sturycz-The Elder

Jarod is a senior at Tremper and this is his second show that he's been a part of, but his first show acting. Jarod controlled sound for Argonautika where he earned the titled of: White Boy Who Plays Funky Music. Jarod would like to thank Jack Nicholson for getting worse with age, heightening his confidence that people who look like the Hunchback of Notre Dame can act. Jarod gon make movies.
Headshot of The Congregant

Corinne Springer-The Congregant

Corinne is a senior at Tremper High school. This is the second show that she has acted in, the first being The Laramie Project. She wants everyone to know that ACorn is superior to all other choir sections. She wants to thank Mr. Cicerale for this great opportunity and for always having faith in her. She also wants to thank her friends, family, and the cast and crew. Jenny from the Block out!
Headshot of A Choir Member

Arica Bauer-Choir Member

Arica is a junior at Tremper. This is her seventh involvement in a Tremper production. She would like to thank and give love to Cicerale, the cast, the crew, and Joey. Shoutout Acorn.
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Rebecca Keller-Choir Member

Rebecca Keller is a senior at Tremper, yet she has no serious college plans yet. She wants the cast to know that she is extremely proud of them, and thanks them for making her laugh at every rehearsal. She sends love to her friends and family. Au Revoir!
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Trent Springer-Choir Member

Trent is 15, and he is a sophomore at Tremper. He would like to thank Drama Club and all affiliated with drama for giving him a home away from home.
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Rebecca St. Ange-Choir Member

Rebecca is a junior at Tremper and this is her third production in the program, including The Laramie Project and Argonautika. She would like to thank her director, Mr. Cicerale, Bailey Mattner, and her mother for their support. Shout out to the Bucket Family, Acorn, and the Beccas.
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Faith Wrycha-Choir Member

Faith is a junior at Tremper. She is very excited to be in her first production with Tremper Theatre. She would like to thank the whole cast and crew for being so loving and welcoming.
Headshot of an Usher

Nick Ancona-Usher

Nick is a senior at Tremper High School, who really wants to graduate and move to Jolly Olde England! He would like to thank his family, friends, and John Lennon for pushing forth his passions and inspirations.
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Jesus Puente-Usher

Jesus is a Tremper Junior. He has worked with the Tremper Theatre program since his Sophomore year in many productions, which include: Equus, The Laramie Project, and Argonautika. Jesus is also the Drama Board Officer for Activities. He would like to thank all of his amazing friends for supporting him.
Headshot of A Congregation Member

Melissa Alvarado-Parishioner

Melissa is a senior at Tremper High School. She would like to thank her friends and family for the constant support.
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Bianca Gonzalez-Parishioner

Bianca is a junior at Tremper High School. She enjoys acting, singing, laughing, and drawing. This is her third show acting. She is grateful for the chance to not only work with these amazing people, but to be able to be a part of the competition as well. Thanks to Mr. Cicerale for encouraging her to join the show.
Headshot of A Congregation Member

Lily Mojonnier-Parishioner

Lily is a senior at Tremper High School. She has involved herself in eight shows, The Christians being her third for acting. Lily would love to thank Cicerale and Dana for giving her this amazing opportunity to participate in the state show, but to also design hair for the cast.
Headshot of A Congregation Member

Emma Untershine-Parishioner

Emma is a senior in high school. The Christians will be her second production with Tremper High School. She would like to thank Mr. Cicerale and her family for all of their advice and support.