Epiphany’s Summer Musical

July 14-18, 2021

Thank you for joining us as we returned to the stage with our 30th anniversary production:
BRIGHT STAR.
 

Become a Patron of the Arts

This is a special year for the drama ministry – we are celebrating 30 years and 30 summer musicals. Will you celebrate with us by making a gift to support the next 30 years?
 
Want to learn more about the drama ministry? Email drama@epiphanydayton.org.
 
 

Epiphany continues its 30-year history of inter-generational church fellowship, family sharing, community outreach, and individual growth. Over half the actors and families involved are drawn from outside the Epiphany family, providing this ministry a unique opportunity to carry out its mission. The summer musical is self-funded and requires no monetary support from the church. In addition, we support a charitable organization each summer. Combining a free-will offering from the patrons plus a commitment from Epiphany Players, the team annually donates over $2000 to the selected group.

The Secret Garden, 2018
 
Big Fish 2016
Big Fish, 2016
 
Tarzan 2015
Tarzan, 2015

Past Summer Musical Productions

  • 1991    The Sound of Music
  • 1992    Fiddler on the Roof 
  • 1993    The Music Man
  • 1994    Bye Bye Birdie
  • 1995    The Curious Savage
  • 1996    Annie
  • 1997    Oklahoma
  • 1998    The Wizard of Oz
  • 1999    Children of Eden
  • 2000    Into the Woods
  • 2001    The Sound of Music
  • 2002    The Secret Garden
  • 2003    Peter Pan       
  • 2004    Jane Eyre, the Musical  
  • 2005    Oliver
  • 2006    The Music Man 
  • 2007    South Pacific
  • 2008    The Wizard of Oz
  • 2009    Children of Eden
  • 2010    Seussical
  • 2011    The Sound of Music
  • 2012    Willy Wonka
  • 2013    Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
  • 2014    Once on This Island
  • 2015    Tarzan! The Stage Musical
  • 2016    Big Fish
  • 2017    Jesus Christ Superstar
  • 2018    The Secret Garden 
  • 2019    Why We Tell the Story
  • 2021    Bright Star
Attendance at the Christmas and summer musicals and the Live Nativity total almost 4,500 people, many of whom are visitors to Epiphany. Almost 300 people of all ages – both onstage and behind the scenes – are involved in presenting drama programs throughout the year, including the summer musical, children’s Christmas musical, Live Nativity, Holy Week, Puppets, and worship services. 
 
Questions: Please contact drama@epiphanydayton.org.

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