We're local and Moses is the second production we've seen here. It is fantastic--the singing, the portrayals, the animals (I thought I'd be trampled by a stallion running straight at me at one point)--the whole thing, is just a wonderful experience. The special effects were amazing, especially the staff to serpent trick...except for the frogs...that one was a little disappointing especially since the local TV commercials make it look like there would be live frogs. Rubber frogs being spewed from pottery didn't quite cut it.
We have sat in the stadium-style (non-orchestra) seats for the two shows we've seen and I'm convinced these are the best.
Be prepared for an alter call at the end, right after Jesus makes an appearance in an old-Testament story.
My only complaint was parking. There are 2 lots right in front of the theater and for some reason they closed off 2 of them completely and opened the third to handicapped. The rest of us had to park way off to the side of the property, beyond the tour buses even. It was a bitterly cold windy March day--why inconvenience your guests, S&S? Blocking off 2 accessible lots seemed to suit your needs, not your customers'.
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