We were up early on Thursday, 8:30 at the farmer's shed. 13 ears for $3 They said that was a dozen. Mama called it a baker's dozen.
Lancaster is the home of Sight and Sound productions. They also have a theater in Branson, MO. My only world class stage productions were seen here. Until sight and sound we had only witnessed HS plays and some good outdoor dramas as stage entertainment. The theater seats 2000 and the stage is the size of a football field. (There were very few seats available, we had to settle for the nose-bleed section, turned out to be our best seats yet!)
This was our 5th play. S & S does Bible stories and they are good. This year it was Jesus. As usual they did a fantastic job as they did on Noah, Jonah,Daniel, Abraham & Sarah.
It was good but every play has 'THAT POINT'. Noah's ark it was when the animals and Noah's family entered the ark and the lights dimmed. When the theater lit back up, YOU WERE INSIDE THE ARK. Jonah's 'time' was when they threw him over board, it was so real! Now this one, there were some GREAT highlights, but 'THAT POINT' was the walking on the water, fantastic depiction and so REAL.
BUT reality....We saw this on the way to the show:
I never tire of beautiful postural sights.
Many times we see an Amish farmer plowing, baling, or just farming as it was in my childhood.
It is a nostalgic thing of course, and I do enjoy the sights.