JACKSON, Tenn. – Feb. 27, 2002 – Union University will present the contemporary style drama “John, His Story” beginning March 7 and running through March 12 in the W.D. Powell Theatre on Union’s campus.
Jeremy Parker, Daniel Graham, Chad Carlson, Nathan Ross and Bret Scott (L to R) rehearse for the March 7-12 performances of “John, His Story,” a contemporary dramatization of the Gospel of John.
“We’re trying to destroy stereotypes of God,” said Burke. “God is raw, and when he’s raw, he is pretty intense. We’re trying to look outside the Sunday School box.”
David Burke (left) works with Bret Scott and Chad Carlson during rehearsals for "John, His Story"
The first evening’s performance will be followed by a reception hosted by the Union University Players. Audience members will have the opportunity to speak with cast members.
Times for the evening performances are 8 p.m. nightly, with a Sunday afternoon matinee at 2:30 p.m. Admission for adults is $7 general admission and $8 reserved seating. For children and students, admission is $3 general admission and $4 reserved seating.
For more information, contact the Union Theatre Box Office at (731) 661-5105.
Sara B. Horn,