Welcome to Riley's. We serve great church drama. So take a seat at our counter, browse our menu and place your order. And come back often as we add new entrees.
Blue Plate Special
The Good Immigrant-
Brother Bob and Brother Nathan are preparing to enjoy a meal after a long day at a Christian conference. They discover they had the same harrowing experience on the way to the conference. As they pray for the man they had seen injured on the roadside, their waitress lets them know their prayers were already answered.
Cast: 2 males, 1 female. Run time: 7 minutes. Price: $11.00.
A Mother's Hands-
Can you picture your mother's hands?
Cast: 1 female. Run time: 3 minutes. Price: $9.00.
Whose Sheep Are They Anyway?-
Shepherding a flock or branding a herd?
Cast: 2 males. Run time: 5 minutes. Price: $13.00.
God wants me? Prepare to be disappointed.
Cast: 1 male, 1 female. Run time: 5 minutes. Price: $11.00.
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Christians in Theatre Arts to Host 3 Theatre Festivals for School Students
Christians in Theatre Arts will hold three Secondary School Theatre Festivals in 2015. The festivals give high school and middle school theatre students an opportunity to sharpen their skills through competitions, to interact with colleges and audition or interview for scholarships and programs, and to be encouraged by Christians working in the theatre.
The festivals' dates and locations are: Houston Baptist University, Houston, Texas, Jan. 15-17; Clairmont Hills Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, Jan. 29-31; and a third location to be announced from Feb. 26-28. Guest artists at the festivals are Debra Stipe and Quentin Darrington.
Festival events are divided into musical theatre and non-musical theatre. For more details, visit CITA's website.