7th Street Theater

7th Street Theater

3 Seasons

Christian actors perform a weekly stage show for their community.

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7th Street Theater
  • Bobby's Girl

    Episode 1

    Season Three begins with Gates asking Kelly and Lisa about marriage. When the attention turns to Travis, he gets really nervous. This causes the ladies to dig a little deeper into Travis' past.

  • Bobby's Girl - Part 2

    Episode 2

    The ladies find out a secret about Travis' past, and the Lord throws Travis a ptich that he never ever thought would come his way again.

  • The Name

    Episode 3

    Gates (Hugh McLean) meets up with a 6th grade girl (Shayne Kohout) who takes a stand for the holy name of Jesus in a public school setting. This real life incident has one of the most profound messages presented in the entire series.

  • Death Row

    Episode 4

    Shane Willimon plays a man on death row with three hours to live in the most evangelistic episode in the entire series. Hugh McLean plays a preacher who comes to visit and convicted killer and tries to lead him to saving faith in Jesus Christ.

  • Two Gates

    Episode 5

    Gates (Hugh McLean) shows up one morning with what seems to be a split personality and includes some very bad news that shakes the cast.

  • The Box

    Episode 6

    The subject of creation versus evolution comes to the forefront in this episode where a mysterious box shows up at the theater one morning but nobody knows whose it is.

  • Through the Years

    Episode 7

    Possibly the most dramatic episode in this series, a rocky marriage of 30 years is played out as Shayne Kohout plays a girl who ages from 17 to 47. Her last words are, all just didn't listen. Listen to what?

  • Evolution Solution

    Episode 8

    An art exhibit is the setting for the cast to address the subject of creation versus evolution, as a follow up episode toThe Box. (Episode #50).

  • Coach Gates

    Episode 9

    Gates (Hugh McLean) gets a chance to coach a 7th and 8th grade basketball team, and along the way, teach the boys a good lesson from the world of sports about respecting proper authority.

  • Didn't Get the Chance

    Episode 10

    The cast steps back in time to the 1940's and stages a murder mystery who-done-it. Detective Larsen has to solve the murder and has four suspects, all with motive. He also wants to share Jesus with each of them, if he can only get the chance.

  • Batteries are Included

    Episode 11

    A toy store becomes the setting for a lesson on priorities in life and what's really most important to take time to do.

  • Mayday
    Episode 12


    Episode 12

    3 people are stranded, a missionary, flight attendant, and stockbroker. The subject of end times comes up and the missionary explains the 2nd coming of Jesus. There were 6 types of people during Noah's time and those 6 groups exist today. Which are you?

  • Closed
    Episode 13


    Episode 13

    A new theater opens up on 4th avenue that is doing plays just the opposite of the ones done at the 7th Street Theater.

  • Closed - Part 2

    Episode 14

    The new theater that opened up on 4th Avenue is somehow affecting ticket sales at the 7th Street Theater despite the fact they are doing what raunchy plays.

  • Closed - Part 3

    Episode 15

    The theater might have to close and the cast can't figure out why their ticket sales have suffered so greatly.

  • Closed - Part 4

    Episode 16

    The cast finds out why their ticket sales have declined and put a plan into action in order to regain their audience.

  • No Gates

    Episode 17

    The cast needs to adjust to the damage done by the new theater that opened on 4th Avenue.

  • Just Say Hello

    Episode 18

    Chad shows up in a very bad mood and the cast members can't figure out what is wrong with him.

  • Pop Goes the Question

    Episode 19

    Travis decides it's time to pop the question on Marcie to see if she will say yes when he asks her to marry him.

  • The Gift

    Episode 20

    This is the final episode of 7th Street Theater, celebrating 64 episodes of the first ever Christ-centered drama series in the history of broadcasting.