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Theatre Arts

Well-told stories in echo of God’s creative nature

  • Spring

The Happiest Millionaire

Anthony J. Drexel Biddle is an eccentric millionaire with pet alligators and a boxing Bible club, and who pours himself into creating a happy (though chaotic) home. This lively story follows his three children as they navigate growing up, falling in love, and possibly even leaving this perfectly happy home.
  • Date: March 19, 20, 26, & 27
  • Time: 2:00 pm / 8:00 pm
  • Location: Music Recital Hall
The Happiest Millionaire

About

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.

Our Mission

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.

Box Office

Address:
Music Recital Hall
24736 Quigley Cny Rd
Santa Clarita, CA 91321

Our Directors

Tricia Hulet

Tricia Hulet

Director of TMU Theatre Arts
Tricia began directing high school theatre in 2004 before reviving the theatre arts program at Master’s in 2008. She has since directed and produced more than twenty full length plays and musicals, performed in over a dozen roles on stage, and continues to act whenever possible in various mediums. Tricia received her M.A. and B.A. degrees from The Master’s College in biblical counseling and is an ACBC certified counselor. While at TMC she minored in music, studied voice, and was extensively involved in musical theatre. Through her lifelong experience in the arts, theological training in understanding human nature, and a commitment to the sufficiency and authority of Scripture, the Lord has given her a passion to pursue good storytelling and develop a biblical worldview of the performing arts. Helping students learn and own this philosophy is life giving. Tricia and her husband, Dave, met here as students, and count it a joy to have served together in student ministry since 2002.
Favorite Bible Verse
To the only God, our Savior, through Jesus Christ our Lord, be glory, majesty, dominion, and authority, before all time and now and forever. Amen. Jude 25
Seth Bowling

Seth Bowling

Assistant Director
Seth moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in the film industry and attend The Master’s University where he earned a B.A. degree in communications. Some of his recent credits as an actor include a lead role in a feature film opposite Nick Searcy and a supporting role in a feature film produced by Universal that will be released on Netflix this Spring. Seth also works full time as a stunt performer and camera operator on various productions that include television shows, commercials, and music videos. Seth performed in two productions with TMU Theatre Arts while a student - Nick Cristano in the Fall 2017 revival production of "Over the River and Through the Woods," and Henry Tilney in "Northanger Abbey." Now as an Assistant Director, he is excited for the opportunity to give back to the current students what he has learned through this program and his time in the industry. He is excited to work in this capacity alongside the cast and crew to display God’s glory both on and off the stage.
Favorite Bible Verse
Come now, you who say, Today or tomorrow we will go into such and such a town and spend a year there and trade and make a profit – yet you do not know what tomorrow will bring. What is your life? For you are a mist that appears for a little time and then vanishes. Instead you ought to say, If the Lord wills, we will live and do this or that. James 4:13-15

Audition Information

Join The Master’s University Theatre Arts Program
Theatre Arts is open to all traditional students at TMU! For information about joining cast or crew, email us at theatre@masters.edu.
Auditions are cold reads with the directors and are held each semester. Check back later for info about auditions for our next production!
If you love costuming, lighting, audio, set building, stage crew, hair & makeup, props, video production & social media, or other behind the scenes work, we'd love to have you! Please reach out at theatre@masters.edu to find out how to apply.

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.

Past Shows

A Murder is Announced

A Murder is Announced

Sabrina Fair

Sabrina Fair

The 39 Steps

The 39 Steps

The Secret Garden

The Secret Garden

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