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Type: Theatrical presentations
Time: One hour
Kelly says: For the serious student of the Bible
Behind the model of Jerusalem lies the 510-seat Shofar Auditorium. Here, a half-dozen stage shows are presented beginning about an hour after park open. "Lengua" is a broad comedy about the influence of angels on everyday lives, with a tongue-in-cheek retelling of "Daniel and the Lion's Den" that will tickle kids.
"Why I Love Him" dramatizes the agony of Jesus's female followers after his arrest. "Forgiven" follows three wayward Israelites (King David, Hosea's wife Gomer, and Saul) on their return to righteousness. All three are extremely professional, performing passionately even if their glitzy costumes aren't exactly authentic. Striking lighting and slick soundtracks add to the drama. Other offerings include a patriotic musical revue and a worship concert, both rousing examples of their kind. Shows change frequently so read the descriptions in the printed schedule; if the topic appeals to you, the production values are likely to satisfy.
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