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EPIC BIBLE STORY ‘NOAH’ RETURNS TO SIGHT & SOUND THEATRES® IN BRANSON FOR ONE SEASON ONLY
February 24, 2020
EPIC BIBLE STORY ‘NOAH’ RETURNS TO
SIGHT & SOUND THEATRES® IN BRANSON
FOR ONE SEASON ONLY
25 Years After Its Premiere, More Than 5 Million People
Have Experienced This Biblical Adventure on Stage in Massive Scale
BRANSON, Mo. – February 24, 2020 – In the production’s 25th anniversary year, Sight & Sound Theatres’ landmark show, NOAH, returns to Branson, MO., for one season only.
“NOAH is more than the story of an ark filled with animals, this is the epic tale of how one man faced a monumental decision that led to a seemingly impossible task and a world changed forever,” said Sight & Sound Chief Creative Officer Josh Enck. “It’s been nine years since audiences enjoyed NOAH in Branson and 25 years since its debut performance. Now, a new generation of families can enjoy this story as they’ve never experienced it before.”
NOAH features Sight & Sound’s signature production elements: towering sets, eye-popping special effects, a talented cast, original music and, of course, live and puppeted animals – more than 100 on stage and in the aisles.
The show also enjoys a rich history with Sight & Sound Theatres. NOAH debuted in 1995 in the organization’s former theatre home, the Entertainment Centre in Lancaster, PA., which was destroyed by a fire in 1997. Just one year later, Sight & Sound roared back to life with the original Millennium Theatre, which opened with an even grander-scale production of NOAH. That show also opened Sight & Sound’s Branson theater in 2008. Last year, a film version of the live-action stage production played in movie theaters across the country.
“NOAH is the show that helped us discover our calling to bring epic Bible stories to life on stage in grand scale,” said Sight & Sound CEO Matt Neff. “Twenty-five years later, the show is still connecting to audiences, with a whole new generation sharing the experience together. We love hearing stories about people who first had a NOAH experience as kids now coming back to share it with their own children.”
With a catastrophic storm on its way, one man is given a monumental task: build a boat big enough to save his family from a flood that will cover the entire earth. But they won’t be alone. NOAH takes audiences on history’s best-known voyage on board the enormous ark – along with two of every kind of animal!
The show opens March 7, 2020, and runs through Dec. 31, 2020. Sight-Sound.com will always have the latest information on showtimes and ticket sales.
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About Sight & Sound Theatres
Sight & Sound Theatres began more than 40 years ago in rural Pennsylvania, where a dairy farmer went from producing milk to producing live entertainment with a purpose. Today that vision has expanded to two state-of-the art theaters in Lancaster, PA, and Branson, MO, where stories from the Bible come to life on stage. Each production features Sight & Sound’s signature massive sets, special effects and live animals. Still family-owned, Sight & Sound’s 675 staff members write, produce, design and build the original shows, drawing nearly 1.5 million audience members from around the world each year.