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‘Moses’ Film Will Come to Theaters for Two Days This September

‘Moses’ Film Will Come to Theaters for Two Days This September


For two days in September, the epic musical drama Moses will come to theaters nationwide.

The film is a production of Sight & Sound Theatres which has theater locations in Lancaster, Pennsylvania and Branson, Missouri and describes itsel as a place “Where the Bible comes to life.”

The film will debut in theaters on September 13 and 15, 2018, according to a press release from Lovell/Fairchild Communications, which describes the performance as follows:

“Filmed in front of a live audience at Sight & Sound Theatres, Moses is the original stage production that has thrilled nearly 2 million people. Now families across the country can experience this epic Bible story as it comes to life in movie theaters for two days only.”

Fathom Events CEO Ray Nutt added, “This high-quality production of Moses will be a thrilling experience for attendees of all ages,” Fathom Events CEO Ray Nutt said. “We are excited to bring another Sight & Sound event to movie theaters that displays the unique multi-dimensional detail put into their titles.”

This will be the second time Sight & Sound has taken a stage production to movie theaters. Their production of Jonah debuted in movie theaters in 2017. 

For tickets and information about the screening of Moses visit MosesEvent.com.

 

Photo courtesy: Facebook/Sight & Sound Theatres

Publication date: June 27, 2018

 

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