A cultural tradition--Evelyn Graves Drama Productions present “Behold The Man” and “Let My People Go”
"Behold The Man," the musical has been playing for audiences for over 40 years across the Mid-Atlantic states. This holiday season, celebrate Palm Sunday Weekend with Evelyn Graves Drama Productions presenting the greatest love story ever told.
"Behold The Man," opens Palm Saturday March 23, 2 PM and Palm Sunday March 24, 3 PM, located at Evelyn Graves Dinner Theatre, W. Cobbs Creek Parkway at 1115 Whitby Ave., Yeadon. Experience the triumphant celebration of Jesus' life as a healer, teacher and emancipator. This is an historical account of a tragedy that became the greatest love story.
Audiences have raved over the power of the climatic resurrection scene in "Behold The Man." Your family will enjoy this delightful dinner/theatre setting featuring gospel music, sacred dance performances, spectacular drama and a fabulous dinner.
Palm Sunday weekend delight yourself as the Evelyn Graves Drama Productions presents an original play that has positively impacted thousands of theatre-goers.
Don't miss "Behold The Man," located at Evelyn Graves Dinner Theatre, W. Cobbs Creek Parkway at 1115 Whitby Ave., Yeadon. Saturdays at 2:00 pm and Sundays at 3:00 pm. Reservations suggested. 215-727-7796.
Evelyn Graves Drama Productions will also present a special tribute to Black History Month with a dinner theater production featuring, "Let My People Go," Saturday, February 2, 2013 at 2:00 pm.
"Let My People Go," is a powerful creative historical account of great leaders who made a positive difference: Harriet Tubman, Martin Luther King, Jr., Rosa Parks and more. Enjoy great music, enlightening acting and touching sacred dance presented by Evelyn Graves Drama Productions. Reservations suggested. (215) 727-7796.
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