Brooksville, Florida – YWAM of Tampa Bay and Live Oak Theatre announce the performance dates and times for Judah Ben-Hur, the Musical. Judah Ben-Hur, the Musical will be performed at the locations and times listed below:
July 26th 7 p.m.
Carol and Frank Morsani Center for the Arts
21030 Cortez Blvd. Brooksville FL 34601
July 28th 6 p.m.
Brooksville Wesleyan Church
22319 Cortez Blvd. Brooksville 34601
July 29th 7 p.m.
Cornerstone Baptist Church
13171 Tara St. Spring Hill 34609
July 31st 6 p.m.
Faith Presbyterian Church
200 Mt. Fair Av. Brooksville 34601
Adult admission is only $15 at the door. Students 13 and under are $5 with the purchase of an adult ticket.
Judah Ben-Hur the musical is produced by YWAM (Youth With a Mission) of Tampa Bay and is directed by Ellen Sanborn. It is a magical tale of romance, comedy and adventure. The audience is invited to re-live the legend of Rome’s great character, the hate that nearly destroyed him and the love of Christ that transformed him. Under the helm of Sir Andrew Lloyd Weber’s former G.M., “Judah Ben-Hur” held its world premier at Singapore’s NUS Cultural Centre, where it ran for 56 performances. The musical has been pared down for touring with a cast that includes the original stars of the show and a dozen other seasoned performers (including credits off Broadway and London’s West End).
The New York Times has called the creative team’s work “spot-on” and “a seeming endless well of feeling.” MTV (Asia) reported that the songs from Judah Ben-Hur “are so catchy and memorable that you’ll be humming them on the way out of the auditorium.”
Attachment: The Cast of Characters who are predominantly members of the Live Oak Theatre Repertory Company.
For more information about the musical, go to www.judahbenhur.com or Judah Ben Hur Musical on Facebook.
About Ellen Sanborn
Ellen Sanborn started her career on London’s West End more than 30 years ago and has opened for such legends as Ella Fitzgerald and Sarah Vaughan, and, more recently, has led Worship Workshops with singers like Bob Fitts and Darlene Zschech. As a director, she has also staged such musicals as “The Sound of Music,” and “My Fair Lady.”