An Original Play by Chip Polk
Directed by Glenn Polk

Saturday, February 18th – Saturday, April 30th
Special Sunday Matinees: April 23rd & April 30th
No show March 11th

What if you were the one responsible for a bitter rift between the two most courageous champions of the early church?

One is your cousin, Barnabas, and the other is Paul, a man who had once refused to allow you to travel and minister with him, but who has come to hold you in high regard in his later years? Would you not be burdened by that, and compelled to try to bring about a reconciliation of these men who were once so powerfully united in their commitment to bring Jesus to the pagan Gentiles?

John Mark, who would later pen the Gospel of Mark, was that man, and this is a story, not only of his attempt to bring about that reconciliation, but about a most remarkable time in the history of Christianity. Luke records that he, Mark, and Paul were together in Rome when Paul was confined there under house arrest. These were the men through whom the Lord would convey the vast majority of the New Testament, and this was the only time that all of them are known to be together for an extended time. 

“Barnabas” presents a portrait of not only their profound faith, but of their utter humanity.

Performances begin February 18th and continue through April 30th. All presentations of “Barnabas” will be at 3:00 Saturdays, with two special Sunday matinees on April 23rd and 30th. 

Tickets are $22 for adults and $10 for students, plus tax.

All seats are reserved. Tickets purchased in groups of 12 or more receive a 25% discount.