by Tim Church
BRANSON, Mo. – Branson’s Sight and Sound Theatre brings the Bible to life once again in its newest production of Moses, debuting its first two performances Saturday.
Audience members will take a trip though the life of Moses from his basket floating down the Nile River to the writing of the Ten Commandments upon the stone tablets.
Josh Enck, Chief Creative Officer and President of Sight and Sound Theatres, says many people have a certain perception of Moses, based on the performance of Charlton Heston in The Ten Commandment, but that’s not the story of Moses you’ll see on stage:
Moses is the fifth Sight and Sound Production to come to Branson since its opening in May 2008.The 60 set pieces seen on stage, throughout the production, took more than two years to build, at a cost of two-point-five-million-dollars.
Show times and ticket prices for Moses can all be found here.