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An Honest Apology at EPIC Bible College

Dates: (2/14/2024 - 3/10/2024 )


EPIC Bible College

FreeFall Stage

4330 Auburn Blvd. Sacramento, CA 95841
Sacramento,CA 95841

Phone: (916) 207-5606

Tickets: $12-$25

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An Honest Apology

Join us for the World Premiere of James Van Eaton’s An Honest Apology – a comedy of manners aligned with the works of Oscar Wilde and Jane Austen, filled with quips but also heart.


In Victorian England, the consummate dandy embarks on a weekend-long mission of comedic forgiveness and treachery while his assistant seeks to prove himself and find true love at the home of his employer’s one-time flame and her dynamic family.

Performing February 14 – March 10, 2024

  • Valentine’s Dessert Performance on Wednesday, February 14 at 8pm AND Friday, February 16th at 8pm
  • Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm
  • Sundays at 4pm

Doors open 30 minutes to curtain

Valentine’s Dessert Show

Enjoy the show in a candle lit, cafe style setting. Tickets include a slice of your choice of dessert (Ettore’s Truffle Cake, Fruit Basket Cake, or Carrot Cake OR The Caring Kitchen’s Gluten-Free and Vegan Chocolate Cake) and Sparkling Cider.


EPIC Bible College and Graduate School
4330 Auburn Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95841

An Honest Apology at EPIC Bible College Schedule

Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm; Sundays at 4pm

Cast and Creative team for An Honest Apology at EPIC Bible College


Riley J. Burke

is performing in her first production with FreeFall Stage and is very excited to have been invited to join the cast! Riley was most recently seen in Sacramento City College's production of Eurydice, the 2023 Sacramento Shakespeare Festival, and in Antigone (Falcon's Eye Theatre). RJ has also participated in productions in the Bay Area such as, Almost Maine, Angel Street, Picasso at the Lapin Agile, As You Like It, and Eve Ensler's The Vagina Monologues (multiple times). RJ plans to study musical theatre well as continue exploring other theatre avenues such as stage management and directing. Riley would like to thank her friends and family and extend a special thanks to Christine Mani, Scott Slagle, and Kevin Richmond for all their love and support!

Geoff Charles

is a member of the Rhode Island Television and Radio Hall of Fame, as well as National Association of Broadcasters. He was the national spokesman on film for Mattel Hot Wheels. He was nominated for an Elly award for his performance of Ebenezer Scrooge in The Trial Of Ebenezer Scrooge. His previous roles include Samuel Ratchit in Murder On The Orient Express, Giles Corey in The Crucible, Remnar Soady in Escanaba In De Moonlight, General Mackenzie in And Then There Were None, Norman Thayer Jr. in On Golden Pond, Mr. Lingley in Outward Bound, and a number of roles in Spamalot.

Chad Eldridge

has grown up in theatre, having performed many roles in several plays at FreeFall Stage, such as Charlie Brown in A Charlie Brown Christmas, Benny Alden in The Boxcar Children, and Tom Sawyer in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Joe in the World premiere of Help Me as well in other theatres, like portraying Tiny Tim in Scrooge at Chautauqua Playhouse, and Sir Bedevere in Spamalot at Sutter Street Theatre. He is currently focusing on transferring to university to focus on creative writing. He is ready to portray Reginald in his attempt to reconnect with his aloof friend, Alexander.

Ronnie Duska Fowler

is positively pleased to be back at FreeFall Stage, where she’s now appearing as Bethany Reid in the World Premiere of An Honest Apology. Ronnie has worked with FreeFall Stage on numerous productions, her first being Ms. Leaf in The Portrait of Dorian Gray (November 2019) and most recently, in the World Premiere of Help Me (October 2023). Some of her favorite roles outside of FreeFall Stage have been as Ann Deever in Arthur Miller’s All My Sons, Titania and Hippolyta in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, reprising her role as Miss Casewell in ARC’s The Mousetrap, and a variety of complex characters in The Laramie Project at SCC. She would like to thank everyone for coming, and to the cast, director, producers and crew for putting on another fabulous play. Farewell, darling!

Brevon McArn

is sometimes referred to by his nickname “Ace” and is excited to be a part of the cast for the World Premiere of An Honest Apology. He performed the staged reading in November and is exhilarated to be a part of the full production. This is his third production with FreeFall Stage having previously played Benjamin Braddock in While The Lights Were Out (July 2023) and four different characters in the World Premiere of Help Me (October 2023). Ace has a love of writing, making music, and acting. His favorite rapper is 2Pac and his favorite movie is Scarface. Thank you and enjoy the show!

Beth Sheridan

is excited to perform in her second FreeFall production. Perhaps you saw her last summer snapping her fan as the imperious Lady Monica in While The Lights Were Out? Now she's laughing her way through as the more genteel Lottie. You can find her teaching kiddos through NorCal School of the Arts by day. Thank you all for coming to the show. Enjoy the cakes!

Evan Taylor

is quite truly glad to be playing the loveably hateable Alexander Collier, even if it's not always fashionable to show gratitude. This is his second full production with FreeFall with his first being Pride & Prejudice last year, as well as the staged reading of An Honest Apology late last year, as well. Some of his other favorite productions have been The Tempest and As You Like It at Falcon's Eye, Good Hill Samurai with See the Elephant, and Moon Over Buffalo with Imagination Theatre. He hopes you will find the show as funny, witty, and charming as he does!

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