Well-told stories in echo of God’s creative nature
The Happiest Millionaire
- Date: March 19, 20, 26, & 27
- Time: 2:00 pm / 8:00 pm
- Location: Music Recital Hall
TMU Theatre Arts is a co-curricular program designed to give training and expression in the performing arts along-side any major at the university. TMU Theatre Arts has been dubbed “The People’s Theatre.” Its participants and contributors span across all disciplines, dorms, and interests at TMU. As a co-curricular program, any participating students can receive repeating credits in either theatre arts or production techniques and this will be reflected on their transcripts.
Since the program's revival in 2008, TMU Theatre Arts continues to be an amazing tool in the hands of the Lord in so many lives. Students are being trained in a biblical philosophy of the performing arts while also learning and gaining experience in the craft of acting or the many aspects of production. Our commitment to the process as much as the product enables us to have an others-focused theatre department. This pervades all of these areas as we strive together to serve using our varied giftedness. Many of our graduates have continued into jobs in the arts industry or teaching and we love seeing how they are able to use their giftedness and be a gospel witness.
Theatre Arts at The Master’s University exists to glorify God and impact our community through thoughtful and excellent presentation of plays or musicals and by enjoying human creativity as a reflection of the Creator, as becomes a child of God.
Music Recital Hall
24736 Quigley Cny Rd
Santa Clarita, CA 91321
Tricia Hulet talks about how plays are an imperfect mirror to life. I think the experience of being in theater is also a mirror to life, in some ways. You learn a lot of life lessons in an enclosed space; you can make mistakes and learn and grow, and then you can go out into the world a better person.Moriah Pringle, Alumna
Behind The Scenes
Beau Jest premiered in November 1989. It should not be confused with Beau Geste, a 1924 novel that has seen both film and theater adaptations.