Past Productions

Robin Hood
written by Scott Crain
May 6-8 & 13-15, 2011
Some heroes are born bad. Based on the epic legend, Robin Hood stars Ryan Rehnborg, Heather Funderburg, and Steven Farris. Due to violent content, parental discretion is advised.
Dracula
written by Scott Crain
October 22-24 & 29-31, 2010
Based on the horror classic by Bram Stoker, starring Stephen Wood, Heather Funderburg, Ryan Rehnborg, and Elisabeth Garcia. Parental discretion is advised.
The Tower Room
written by Scott Crain
June 30 & July 1, 2010
The timeless story of the beautiful Princess Aria—-locked away in a tower awaiting rescue by a handsome prince—-and Toby, a brave young squire bent on saving her. A lighthearted fairy tale adapted from Wynter’s Kiss; starring Abbie Ebensberger and Ryan Rehnborg.
Frankenstein
written by Scott Crain
October 23-25, 30-31 & Nov. 1, 2009
Based on Mary Shelley’s immortal classic, starring Ryan Rehnborg, Chuck Roberts, and Elisabeth Garcia. Due to mature content, parental discretion is advised.
Mirror, Mirror
written by Scott Crain
July 31 – August 2 & 7-9, 2009
Set in the time of King Arthur, Mirror, Mirror is a delightful fairy tale for all ages, starring Abbie Ebensberger, Lori Todd, and Tony Wakefield. Based on the story of Snow White.
The Warp & the Weave
written by Scott Crain
October 24-26, 31 & Nov. 1 & 2, 2008
In a world resembling World War II Germany, a young Zionist girl is all that stands between an evil dictator and the annihilation of her people. Based on the story of Esther.
The Devil’s Blessings
written by Scott Crain
May 23-25, 29-31, & June 1, 2008
The people of Prosperity are about to learn a very costly lesson: be careful what you wish for. Set in a California mining town in 1879, The Devil’s Blessings is a Western thriller starring Malcolm Perry, Erin O’Barr, and Scott Crain. Due to mature content, parental discretion is advised.
Bad Apples
written by Scott Crain
June 28 – July 1, 7-8, & 13-15, 2007
A princess flees her royal wedding and returns to her childhood home: a gingerbread house in the middle of a haunted forest. Bad Apples is a fairy tale full of adventure, romance, and comedy, starring Lauren Atkins, Erin O’Barr, and Tony Wakefield.
Killing Lazarus
written by Scott Crain
October 12-15 & 20-22, 2006
Dr. Damon Ramsey has made a career of exposing the greatest hoaxes in history…but this Halloween, he’ll get more than he bargained for. Given twelve hours in first-century Palestine, will a forensic scientist prove that Jesus never rose from the dead?
Wynter’s Kiss
written by Scott Crain
October 13-16 & 21-23, 2005
Sir Galen Wynter must embark on a dangerous quest in order to save his little girl from the ravages of a deadly plague known as the Red Kiss. Daring knights, beautiful maidens, and a host of evil ogres and trolls—if you liked The Chronicles of Narnia, you’ll love Wynter’s Kiss!
Savant
written by Scott Crain
May 26-June 5, 2004
Originally produced in spring of 2000, and back by popular demand. A brilliant novelist awakes from a suicide attempt and finds himself caught in the middle of a spiritual war. Due to graphic imagery, not recommended for children under 12.
Jack & the Box
written by Scott Crain
October 15-17 & 21-24, 2004
A tavern keeper comes into possession of a mysterious box, and soon learns that the fate of the entire kingdom is trapped inside. Will he unlock the riddle before time runs out? A swashbuckling fairy tale for the whole family, starring Tony Wakefield, Michelle Castro, Chuck Roberts, and Stephen Wood.
Vocal Point 2
August 14th, 2004
Oracle Ministries presents “The Vocal Point”, a concert featuring Christian groups REV 21, FIRST FRUIT JAZZ PROJECT, and DAVID BEDENBAUGH, on Saturday, August 14th, at 7 PM at Lipscomb University’s Shamblin Theatre, located at 3901 Granny White Pk.
Glass Houses
written by Scott Crain
December 11-21, 2003
After ten years on the African mission field, a pastor returns to America and finds a church he barely recognizes. A contemporary adaptation of the story of David, the man after God’s own heart.
The Warp & the Weave
written by Scott Crain
May 29-June 8, 2003
In a world resembling World War II Germany, a young Zionist girl is all that stands between an evil dictator and the annihilation of her people. Based on the story of Esther.
The Vocal Point
Feb 1, 2003
A worship concert featuring: former Gotee Records recording artist Lyndon Allen (musical credits include work for CHRISTAFARI, Clay Crosse’s CD A Different Man and the Left Behind Soundtrack), Melissa Austin, Deborah Cool, Chuck Roberts, the Christian bands “Dulcinea,” “Winters in Asbury,” and more!
Killing Lazarus
written by Scott Crain
Fall 2002
Dr. Damon Ramsey has made a career of exposing the greatest hoaxes in history. But this Halloween, he’ll get more than he bargained for…
Given twelve hours in first-century Palestine, will a forensic scientist prove that Jesus Christ never rose from the dead?
Brother’s Keeper
written by Scott Crain
Feb. 1-3, 2002
Set in the American West against the backdrop of the Civil War, Brother’s Keeper is a compelling story of truth and lies, of blessings and curses, and of the great pains the Lord will take to be found by His children. Based on the story of Jacob.

Suffer the Little Children
written by Scott Crain & Aaron Ziobrowski
Summer 2001
Drawn from the pages of the Gospels, Suffer the Little Children is a terrifying allegory of the end times—a challenge for the Church to stand in the midst of worldly deception and remember the words of our King, who said “Behold, I come quickly.”
Savant
written by Scott Crain
Spring 2000

Carter Savant is a best-selling novelist, praised as the greatest writer of all time. His fans see brilliance. His agent sees revenue. The Devil sees pure potential. A dark psychological thriller delving into the world of spiritual warfare.

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