If you are looking for a new experience in theater with a faith-based and biblically accurate spin, you should check out the Sight and Sight Theaters.
What is Sight and Sound?
Sight and Sound Theaters are the largest Christian live musical theaters in the U.S offering family friendly faith-based entertainment that is true to the biblical account. Nearly a million people visit annually from all around the world. Each year a biblically inspired play about one of the heroes of the Christian faith is brought to life on the stage. Beautiful sets and talented actors make this theater come to life! These theaters will transport you back in time and put you inside Noah’s Ark, let you relive what it was like for Jonah inside the great fish and experience the Miracle of Christmas along with the shepherds and wise men.
Sight and Sound Theaters offer two great locations in Lancaster, Pennsylvania and Branson, Missouri. Each theater shows a different play at the same time so if you have already seen the one in Lancaster, you can see a different one in Branson!
How much does it cost?
Pricing is dependent upon the age of the attendee and also the seating that you choose. For adults and teens the price range is $43.00 – $67.00 and children pay $18.00 – $21.00. There are also discounts offered for larger groups attending together.
What to expect
Parking is available in the large lot with areas designated for small vehicles and buses.
The theaters are well kept, clean, and beautiful. The Sight and Sound staff are friendly and helpful. You will be helped and taken to your seat should you have any trouble locating it. Staff are located at easily accessible locations.
The theaters also have a large selection of food and drink from hot dogs to pizza and pretzels to soft drinks, cocoa, and many locally made goodies. The snack area is open throughout the entire play, but there is an exit/enter code enforced. The friendly staff will only let you re-enter the theater at an appropriate time if you leave as not to interrupt the performance.
The Theaters offer gift shops stocked with merchandise such as apparel, ornaments, jewelry, and stuffed animals that pertain to the play that is being shown at the time. There is also a collection of DVDs for purchase of all past musical presentations.