World Famous Comedian and Atheist Meets Jesus Face to Face

April 7, 2010

Morning Star Productions presents Damascus, Ohio by Lisa Buethe.


Michael Paulson has a problem; he’s just met Jesus Christ face to face on a tour bus and for a famous comedian who enjoys defaming Christians with his rapier wit, that’s a Big Problem!


All heaven breaks loose in this comedy-charged play as Paulson struggles with his new identity as a Christian and "Why won’t anyone believe he’s a believer?"


Milwaukee area actor Steve Koehler plays the title role.


Morning Star Productions Damascus, Ohio performances are:


Fridays & Saturdays April 16,17,23,24 @ 7:30 PM

Sundays April 18, 25 @2:00 PM

Thursdays April 22 @ 7:30 PM


Performances held at Eastbrook Church Theater 5385 N. Green Bay Ave, Milwaukee, WI, 53209


Single tickets range from $9.00-$15.00

$2.00 discount for Seniors and Students


To purchase tickets or for more information visit our website at or call us at 414-228-5220 ext. 385.



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