Presenting the Heroes of the Church, sung and unsung!
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The Quo Vadis Theatre Company produces plays that depict lasting values with a Catholic view. Its mission is to:
     ⇒ Enlighten
     ⇒ Educate
     ⇒ Enrich
     ⇒ Edify
the viewing audience.

Started in 1995, Quo Vadis Theatre Company’s aim is to:
     ⇒ Express the viewpoint of the Catholic Church
     ⇒ Share the experiences of the Catholic Church

Staging dramatic stories drawn from:
     ⇒ biographical sources.
     ⇒ scriptural sources.

The second aim is to provide a friendly outlet for:
     ⇒ Catholic playwrights
     ⇒ Actors
     ⇒ Other theatre-oriented persons
for their efforts of faith or belief and share our vision.

We firmly intend to bring high-quality theatre without:
     ⇒ Profanity
     ⇒ Vulgarity
     ⇒ Excessive violence

We are now writing and have written new plays about the heroes of the Church:
     ⇒ Sung (Canonized and Beatified)
     ⇒ Unsung (Known but not officially recognized by the Church)

With these dramas, we hope to help audiences better understand the truths of Christ as taught by His Church.

 

The Quo Vadis Theatre Company always endeavors to bring quality Catholic Theatre to the public.

 

Boat People refugees (Tony Lê, Mai La, Kathleen Park, Janet Tuy Vân Nguyễn) leave Vietnam on a boat and encounter the Thai pirates… (Chris Carter, Jason Lieu) Some of the women and girls are taken for sexual purposes..

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Recent Updates

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Home Page Change

06/04/2016

Some people at Mass complained that our home page was too long to look at with their mobile devices, so I put the paragraphs into toggle boxes to make it.. read more

The Final Stretch…

01/29/2016

Needless to say, the surgery saga with my left leg is in its final chapter (hopefully)  I am recuperating at home and and gearing up for our release of “For.. read more

Surgery and Recovery

11/05/2015

My Adventures in Hospital-land and Rehab Center Not to long ago, the illustrious Fr. Robert Barron (now an auxiliary bishop in LA) of Word on Fire made his observations about.. read more