God Lives in Glass
"God Lives in Glass" (The Musical) is based on a book by the same title, written by the head of drama therapy at New York University, Dr. Robert J. Landy, Ph.D. The book contains drawings, stories, and reflections about God that were created and shared by children from all around the world, from different nations, cultures, races, and religions.
The concert features a 50-voice choir, a 14-piece orchestra, and a 12-member dance ensemble, including performers and musicians from "Jersey Boys,” "Surf,” "Tony and Tina's Wedding,” "O,” "Menopause the Musical,” and "Phantom: the Las Vegas Spectacular." "God Lives in Glass" was composed by "Jersey Boys" conductor, Keith Thompson, and inspired by the cultural divide that resulted from the events of Sept. 11. All proceeds benefit two Las Vegas non-profit organizations: Family Promise of Las Vegas, which gives much-needed assistance to homeless families in the Las Vegas Valley, and The Nevada Conservatory Theatre, whose mission is to elevate theatrical arts in Las Vegas.
When: Saturday, Aug. 25, 2012
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Where: Judy Bayley Theatre, 4505 Maryland Pkwy., Las Vegas
Age limit: Not available
Event posted July 25, 2012
Last updated July 25, 2012
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