Evenings at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 8,9,15,16
Matinees at 2:30 p.m. Dec. 9,10,16,17
$23 for 18 and under, and 65 and older
Groups of 10 people or more are $20
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The Dark Hours of Advent
With guest musicians Cliff Chuang, Pierson Wetzel, and Andy Young
Ruth: The Classic Biblical Narrative of Love and Redemption
An original musical adaptation by David MacAdam of the 8th book of the Old Testament. The classic biblical narrative of Ruth sings of love and redemption.
Brought to life on stage by New Life Fine Arts Musical Theater for the first time in 1998 and last produced at Medford’s Chevalier Theater in 2005. From New England to Israel, wherever this spectacular drama has been performed, it has impacted audiences with the beautiful story of the Kinsman Redeemer, inspiring all kinds of people to place their trust in the Keeper of the Promises.
Performing at the Groton Dunstable Performing Arts Center in Groton, MA 344 Main St Groton, MA Performance dates are September 16, 17, 23, and 24 @ 2: 30 p.m. and September 15, 16, 22, and 23 @ 7:30 p.m.
This “auto-bi-allegory” is based on the life of 17th century author, preacher and tinker John Bunyan and interwoven with his spirit quest story, “The Pilgrim’s Progress” along with portions of his other writings all penned during his 12 year imprisonment in Bedford England under the Act of Uniformity.
Perhaps life’s truest metaphor, Bunyan’s timeless tale tells of one man’s journey from the City of Destruction to the Celestial City.
“And as I slept, I dreamed a dream.” Once there was scarcely a home in England where these words would not be recognized as a fragment of the opening lines of the world’s best-selling spiritual quest story, “The Pilgrim’s Progress.”
Hailed as “the ancestor to the English novel,” “The Pilgrim’s Progress” has never been out of print. For more than 250 out of its 335+ years in publication, it has been the world’s best-selling book, next to the Bible. It has been translated into more than 200 languages. It is the story of Everyman, embraced by people of all nations.
John Bunyan was a prisoner of conscience for 12 years in a cold, dirty jail in Bedford, England. But his imagination was not held captive. He writes an unforgettable allegorical journey from “The City of Destruction” (this world) to the “Celestial City” (that which is to come).
This musical adaptation from New Life Fine Arts is written and directed by David MacAdam and features 37 actors/singers/dancers ready to take you on the journey of a lifetime. It’s all here- the Hill Difficulty, Palace Beautiful, Vanity Fair, mountaintop exhilarations, valleys of humiliation, dungeons of despair and the unpredictable twists and turns on what proves to be the dangerous road of life.
Come join us for a fun paint party fundraiser to help benefit The Vibe Coffeehouse! We will be painting a wall hanging of one of a Spring painting called “Petals of Hope”.
The health and safety of our guests are of the utmost importance during the coronavirus pandemic, so we will be taking the proper measures to ensure a fun, but also safe event. Please bring your masks as the school asks that you wear these in the public areas. You have the option to wear them or not during our painting session. We will also be using fresh art supplies pre-sealed in plastic, with brushes that you can actually take home! Please wear clothing you feel comfortable getting paint on.
Tickets are $50/per person with $15 from every ticket being donated to The Vibe Coffeehouse. All supplies are included with your ticket purchase and no painting experience is needed. Refreshments will be served.
Thank you for supporting Christian arts and artists.