Sunday School Musical

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Sunday School Musical
Directed by Rachel Lee Goldenberg
Produced by David Michael Latt
David Rimawi
Paul Bales[1]
Written by Rachel Goldenberg
Ashley Holloway
Distributed by Faith Films
The Asylum (All Media)
Christian Art Media (South Africa, DVD)
Opening Distribution (2010, France)
Release date
October 21, 2008
Running time
93 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $8,400

Sunday School Musical is a musical film mockbuster released direct-to-DVD on October 21, 2008. It is similar to Disney's High School Musical franchise, but the film takes a dramatically different approach in terms of storyline.


When financial woes threaten their church's future, a group of teens, led by one talented performer, enters a song and dance competition in hopes of winning a heavenly cash prize.[2]


  • Chris Chatman as Zachary
  • Candise Lakota as Savannah
  • Cecile de Rosario as Laura
  • Shane Carther Thomas as Jake
  • Dustin Fitzsimons as Charlie
  • Mark Hengst as Father Joe
  • Robert Acinapura as Miles
  • Amy Ganser as Margaret
  • Krystle Conner as Aundrea
  • Cliff Tan as Trevor
  • Thomas R. Nance as MC
  • Millena Gay as Zach's Mother/Anita
  • Rae Silva as Aunt Janet
  • Riker Lynch as crossroad choir member
  • Rydel Lynch as crossroad choir member


According to producer Paul Bales, the film was conceptualized after he and other staff members of The Asylum attended a seminar for marketing to a Christian audience. The seminar host suggested that the perfect movie would be a Christian version of High School Musical.[3]


  1. ^ "The Asylum". The Asylum. Retrieved April 2011.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)
  2. ^ "Sunday School Musical - Netflix". Netflix. Retrieved April 2011.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)
  3. ^ Solomon, Dan (2011-08-23). "How to Make a Mockbuster (In Five Easy Steps)". Adult Swim. Retrieved 2011-08-24. Original link dead, text copied at 

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