Fine Arts

Southwest Georgia Community Shows Up Big for SCA’s Ruth Production

Sherwood Christian Academy Fine Arts students presented one of the nation’s first Sight & Sound Theatres high school productions with Ruth on March 30-April 1, 2023.

Around 1,800 people supported the arts at SCA and attended one of the Ruth performances, including a representative from Sight & Sound Theatres. Many people were blessed by the performing arts students and the biblical message they shared.

The Southwest Georgia community showed up BIG to support the SCA Performing Arts program, as it was one of our largest attended plays at SCA in the last decade — possibly of all time!

Photos by Brian Kelley.

Bravo SCA Fine Arts high school students and Fine Arts Director Brydon Fox! We’re proud of you!

Photos in this gallery by Emily Flynt of K&R Photography.

SCA Fine Arts Presents Sight & Sound Theatre Production “Ruth”

Sherwood Christian Academy is one of the first private schools in the nation to license and perform a Sight & Sound Theatre production!

You’re invited to step back into the biblical times of Ruth and Boaz! SCA High School Fine Arts will present an original Sight & Sound Theatre production Ruth on March 30 – April 1, 2023. This fully-staged musical drama will transport you into the life of Ruth, Naomi, and Boaz with its Broadway-style music, a cast of lovable characters, and imaginative retelling of this scriptural story. Our students are excited to share this story with the Southwest Georgia community. You will not want to miss this amazing production!

Cast photos by Joel McDowell.

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One Act Fine Arts Students Win State Championship

Bravo! Bravo! One Act Fine Arts students won the GAPPS region and state championships for their original play Berlin. The play was written in 2020 by SCA ’21 graduate Ashlynn Dapper and High School Fine Arts Director Brydon Fox, and it was featured as the annual fine arts play with packed out crowds at their performances in April 2021.

The play is based on a fictional story about loved ones separated by the Berlin Wall in the 1960s. The plot: The Berlin Wall goes up in 1961 Germany – separating families, friends and loved ones forever. They must stay connected by any means possible. Will a wall keep them apart? Who will risk it all for the life they’ve always dreamed of?

Berlin was shortened to fit within the length of one act for the One Act competition this year. Even with the shortened length, it still required 17 set changes!

“This was my first time competing at One Act competition, so it was a learning process figuring out how to cut the original script to under 55 minutes,” Fine Arts Director Brydon Fox said. “There were lots of conversations about the best ending for the show for this performance setting. In the end, everything came together!”

SCA’s One Act team was up to the challenge! After offering a free public performance at SCA, they crushed region competition where they won by one point, and then won the state championship on Monday, November 7. Ashlynn Dapper attended the state competition and witnessed her play win first place!

Connor Mathis was awarded “Outstanding Performer” at the region competition. Three SCA Fine Arts actors received individual awards during the state competition.

Fox said, “The competition was tough, but each performance of Berlin from rehearsals to region to state kept getting better and better! We have so many talented students. So proud of our Outstanding Actors who won medals at state – Hannah Albano, Connor Mathis, and Caleb Kendrick.”


David Albano 
Hannah Albano
Asher Bailey 
Benjamin Brooks
Kennedy Daniels
Caleb Kendrick
Connor Mathis
Colton Mathis
Addison Mingo 
Mary Grace Piper
Lydia Sancinito
Sophi Scardino
Caden Thomas

Kyra Bevel – Lights

Congratulations to the One Act team for an outstanding year!

Photography provided by Dan Mingo.

SCA Theater Presents “The Little Mermaid”

Sherwood Christian Academy’s high school theater department is presenting Disney’s The Little Mermaid on Thursday, February 24 – Saturday, February 26 at Albany State University West Campus Theatre. Tickets are $16 premium seating, $14 general admission, $12 senior adults, and $10 SCA students ticket.


February 24, February 25, & February 26 | 7 pm

February 26 | 2 pm

ASU West Theatre | 2400 Gillionville Road

Director Brydon Fox said, “Our students are thrilled to be back on the main stage for the first time since 2020. This is a colorful and musical adventure that is sure to please the whole family. Ariel, Sebastian, Flounder, Scuttle and all their friends are excited to SEA you at the show!”

To purchase tickets, call 229-883-5677 or visit

SCA Theater Presents Peter Pan

Sherwood Christian Academy’s high school theater department is presenting Peter Pan on Thursday, January 30 – Saturday, February 1 at Albany State University West Campus Theatre. Tickets are $16 premium seating, $14 general admission, $12 students.


January 30 – February 1 | 7 pm

February 1 | 2 pm

ASU West Theatre | 2400 Gillionville Road

Director Brydon Fox says, “This high-flying adventure is sure to thrill the entire family. Come meet the characters you know and love – the swashbuckling pirates, mysterious Indians, the impossible Lost Boys and, of course, the boy who never grew up – Peter Pan himself! This year our cast has had a blast sharpening our combat, dancing, and entertainment skills as we have been preparing this production for the community. We hope to see you in Neverland!”

Flying effects provided by ZFX.

To purchase tickets, call 229-883-5677 or visit