Why See The Prince of Egypt?
The Sweeping Biblical Epic Returns To The Stage
Based on the Academy Award-winning 1998 animated feature film, The Prince of Egypt musical conjured the myth, might and wonder of Moses' Biblical story during its stunning world debut at Silicon Valley's TheatreWorks in 2017. Stephen Schwartz timeless score, comprising of classics like 'When You Believe', 'Deliver Us' and 'Heaven's Eyes', and screenwriter Philip LaZebnik's revised book make a triumphant return to the stage this Summer with a three month run at Irvins' Tuacahn Amphitheatre.
Ambitiously presenting the scale and scope of Moses and his incredible Book Of Exodus journey, the production rises to the challenge with an impressive chariot race and the breathtaking parting of the red sea. Set in ancient Egypt, a mighty empire built on the backs of Hebrew slaves, the sweeping story begins when baby Moses' mother sets him adrift on the Nile to save him from the Pharaoh's murderous campaign against new born Hebrew boys. Yet Moses is discovered by the Pharaoh's wife, growing up with wealth and luxury until he learns the truth of his heritage, a shocking event that sets him on a new path to save God's chosen people from their plight.
Opening night: 13 July 2018
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Please note: the above image is from a past production of The Prince Of Egypt.
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