Sight & Sound Theatres: Noah

DVD Release: April 22, 2014
Sight & Sound Theatres: Noah
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Synopsis

An epic production that has captivated audiences ever since its debut, “Sight & Sound Theatres: Noah” brings delightful creativity and unique realism to the events surrounding the great flood. Follow Noah as he obeys God’s instructions and builds an enormous boat in a skeptical, godless environment. Watch in amazement as trained animals hurry to the ark, two-by-two. Then, see the expansive ark that stretches across the 300-foot stage, where countless animals float on the rising waters with Noah and his family. Discover with fresh eyes this classic account of how God rescued Noah — a message of hope beyond the rainbow.

Dove Review

“Sight & Sound Theatres: Noah” is a delight for the entire family to watch. Kids will love seeing the life-sized ark and all the live animals on stage, including an elephant, horses, goats, pigs, cows, and ducks. Video scenes are incorporated in the film to show animation of the ark being built and the steps in the process of completing it. The video also does a fine job in illustrating the enormity of the flood waters. The songs are terrific, too. Noah and his wife sing a song about the beautiful morning God has made, and another stand-out song focuses on the promises of God being true.

Although the presentation takes some creative license, including some men trying to burn the ark and imagined conversations that might have occurred, the musical stays true to the story of Noah. God instructs him to build the ark, the flood occurs over 40 days time, and God keeps His promise to bring Noah and his family safely from the ark to repopulate the earth. We are thrilled to be able to award this wonderful musical our “Faith-Friendly” Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: Oh my Lord-1; Shut your mouth-1
Violence: People gag Noah and set the ark on fire, but the fire is soon extinguished; a brief fight includes a few punches, but the scene is not graphic.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: Noah's friend says he's too busy to join Noah and his family on the ark; people mock Noah about the ark and the promised flood; some believe Noah is crazy and believe the coming flood is a foolish lie; some people talk about how great Cain was and that he was a rebel; some people say they will not bow to God; some tension between a few characters.

Info

Company: Sight & Sound Theatres
Genre: Musical
Runtime: 110 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Edwin L Carpenter