CHURCH HILL — Andrew Lloyd Weber’s 1970 rock opera “Jesus Christ Superstar” is coming to Church Hill Theatre in June.
Directed by Shelagh Grasso, it will run for nine performances from June 7 to 23.
Mark Wiening takes on the role of Jesus, with Max Hagen portraying Judas.
Mary is played by Stav Pinder, Caiaphas by Doug Porter and Annas by Brian Whitaker.
Matt Folker will portray Pontius Pilate, Greg Minahan plays Herod, and Simon and Peter are played by Nevin Dawson and Bob McGrory, respectively.
The show has a large ensemble, with each member having featured moments. Priests, soul girls, apostles and more are played by Ken Gresh, David Ryan, Goldy Vansant, Grace McCreary, Natalie Lane, Melissa McGlynn, Sarah Ensor, Fred Welsh, Ed Vance, Jim Johnson, Connie Fallon, Colleen Minahan, Maya McGrory, Helen Vansant, Calla McCluskey, Heather Joyce Byers, Krista Roark, Shayla Moore, Liz Clark, Becca Van Aken, Laura McGrory and Jane Jewell.
The production staff includes musical director Julie Lawrence, producer Sally Borghardt, choreographer Kendall Davis, stage manager Michelle Christopher, lighting designer Kat Melton, sound designer Chris Grasso and costume designer Tina Johnson.
Set design is by Shelagh and Carmelo Grasso, with construction by Carmelo Grasso, Tom Rhodes, Speedy Christopher and Jim Johnson.
Steve Atkinson, Speedy Christopher Jr. and Robbie Spray also are helping out backstage.
The music was written by Andrew Lloyd Weber, with lyrics written by Tim Rice.
Throughout the show’s run, performances will be at 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, and 2 p.m. Sundays. Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for members and $10 for students. Reservations can be made by calling the box office at 410-556-6003 or online at www.church hilltheatre.org