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May 3 at 7:00
May 4 at 1:00 and 6:00

at Milligan University's Seeger Chapel

The Hebrews have been slaves in Egypt and cry out to God. One desperate Hebrew mother leaves her baby in a basket by the Nile, where he is found by the Pharaoh's daughter. The child, Moses, is raised in the Egyptian palace, and becomes a key piece in God's plan to lead the Hebrews to freedom. 

This original production is an adaptation of the story told in the Bible's book of Exodus, chapters 1-15, through contemporary dance set to contemporary, classical, and gospel music. It explores the powerful story in a way that is accessible to audiences of all backgrounds.

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Digital Program

Includes cast, music, order of the show, and director's notes on the story.

Parent Production Page

Includes rehearsal dates, costume needs, and what to expect backstage.

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