Selah’s Song is an original, heartwarming musical about a young girl whose courage inspired a village, and whose song became an anthem for peace.

Selah, a burgeoning songwriter, is excited to hear that her father is coming home from the war in West Candling. But, the joy of having her family reunited is short lived when a harsh War Tax is started instead. Inundated with catchy pro-war propaganda songs, Selah is inspired to share her own music with the village, creating some competition for the King.

PRODUCTION CREDITS:

Written by Johnny Wideman

Directed by Rebecca Steiner

Composed by Bryan Moyer Suderman/SmallTall Music

Produced by Community Mennonite Church Stouffville in partnership with Nineteen on the Park Theatre


Selah’s Song shows how the community can band together and make a difference…The performance makes the audience wonder if something as simple as song can effect change in the world.
— Canadian Mennonite