The production of Jonah begins when he disobeys God and runs away from the Lord. Then he goes through the terrible storm and is swallowed by the whale. It is just amazing how they mix special affects, original music and spectacular staging to make the production. The actors and props are on stage, in the balconies and sometimes in the audience. The audience itself is enormous. I'm not sure how many people were at the production we went to, but it is a huge auditorium and it was packed.
According to the website for Sight and Sound, "The name "Sight and Sound" was inspired by the teaching of Jesus found in Matthew 13:10-23. The disciples asked Jesus why he spoke to the people in parables or stories. Jesus replied that even though people were seeing, they did not really see. Even though they were hearing, they did not truly hear or understand what they heard. It is our goal to visualize and dramatize Biblical truth through live stage productions - to illustrate truth in the same way that Jesus did, by storytelling. Our desire is that our audience will gain clear understanding and inspiration through these presentations, believe in the Lord Jesus Christ and deepen their relationship with our Father through Him."
|Sight and Sound Theater|
|Ceiling in the Entry|
|Of course, there is a Gift Shop|
|Lee, Mary, Peg and Jay|
|Jay and Peg making a purchase|
|Brothers, Jay and Lee|
|Inside the Theater|
|Some of the Audience|
The show was a splendid adventure and we hope we can see another one some time.
For more information, see http://www.sight-sound.com