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Wonder of the World

Due to unforeseen circumstances, Wonder of the World will not be performed this season. Please join us, instead, for Switzerland, which will be moving forward to take this performance slot!


Performances: October 11-21, 2018
(dates on graphic to be updated soon)

In 1955, noted author Patricia Highsmith wrote the last of her suspense novels, a psychological thriller entitled The Talented Mr. Ripley. Was it really the last? Meet Edward Ridgeway, who appears on her doorstep at the urging of her publisher to pry one last book from Highsmith’s creative mind. But…at what cost?

Featuring Kathy Sturm and Connor McClellan under the direction of Jim McCullough.

100 Saints You Should Know

Performances: August 16-26, 2018

Theresa is the single working mother of Abby, an out-of-control, rebellious teenager. Father Matthew is a young priest questioning his faith while his mother Colleen has no doubts. Garrett, the misfit teenage son of the local grocer, secretly hopes that Father Matthew can offer him guidance and understanding. Then Abby meets Garrett, and EVERYTHING falls apart.

Featuring Christy Heckel, Amelia Starcher, Ryan Heitkamp, Phyllis Heffner and Astrid Murray under the direction of Katie Palcsak.

Call, Text or Email to reserve your ticket(s).

Tickets may be reserved by calling or texting 614-881-0382 or by email You can pay for your ticket(s) at the door with cash or most major credit cards. Individual tickets are $18.00. In 2018 we will offer the purchase of six tickets for $90, a savings of $18.00. Showtimes are 7:30p.m Thursday through Saturday and 2:00p.m. on Sundays. Opening nights are designated Thankful Thursdays and you can “Pay-What-You-Can or With-A-Can”. All non-perishable food items will be donated to The Worthington Resource Pantry. The First Friday  of each production, we will host a Wine and Cheese Reception after the show. You are invited to stay, learn more about Eclipse and meet the cast!

Calling all Volunteers!

If you have an interest in live theatre and want to be a part or play a part, join us at Eclipse! There is a lot more to do that just what you see on stage. Lighting designers and operators, costumers, stage managers, assistance building sets, ushering, box office duties…the list goes on. And if you have ideas….more the better! Drop me an “E” at and let’s talk!