Nurturing the Gifts & Passions of Our Students

At Trinity Christian Academy, we believe in nurturing the gifts and passions of our students. Whether participation in our Drama Department leads to a starring role on Broadway or a career in costume design or sound engineering, it's our goal to create an environment and safe space where students can tap into their own creativity, gain self-confidence, and experience working collaboratively with others.

This is a class where teamwork and dependability aren't just words, they are tools of the trade. As these students gain a broader theatre background, they will learn to become a critical listener and viewer, qualities that will serve them well no matter where their future takes them.

Recent performances have included:

  • The Play that Goes Wrong
  • Little Women - 2023
  • Alice @ Wonderland - 2023
  • The Snake in the Grass - 2023
  • Fiddler on the Roof, Jr. - 2022
  • Pride and Prejudice - 2021
  • The Canterbury Tales - 2021
  • Anne of Green Gables - 2019
  • Meet Me in St. Louis - 2018
  • A Christmas Carol -2017
  • Peter Pan - 2016
  • Death by Dessert - 2015
  • Annie - 2014
  • Crumpled Classics - 2013
  • The Big Bad Musical -2012
  • The Thread That Runs So True -2011
  • Twinderella - 2010
  • Overloaded (Human Video)
  • Lifehouse Everything
  • Fully Human, Fully God
  • The Wrap Group
  • He Will Carry Me

About the Director:


Rebekah Wilson

Rebekah Wilson was born and raised in Jacksonville, Florida where she attended Trinity Christian Academy. After graduating high school, Rebekah attended Word of Life Bible Institute’s one-year Bible program before making her way to the University of Central Florida. During her time at UCF, Rebekah started taking film acting classes at a local acting studio and decided to transfer to Trinity Baptist College to pursue a degree in fine arts where she eventually graduated with a B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies with components in Speech, Theatre, and Music. During these college years, Rebekah found a love for working with students, becoming a substitute teacher at the Academy as well as a soccer, track, and drama coach. At the end of 2019, Rebekah moved to Los Angeles to pursue her acting career. It was during that time In Los Angeles she got the opportunity to work at a number of big production studios before the Covid shutdown in 2020 brought her back to Jacksonville. She has since worked as a Youth Director at a local church and become heavily involved in the local film community. Rebekah believes theatre, media, music, and film are great tools that can be used to minister and inspire today’s youth, and she greatly enjoys getting to teach and create art that helps do that.

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