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  2. Sight & Sound Theatres - Wikipedia

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    Sight & Sound Theatres. Sight & Sound Theatres is an entertainment company that produces Bible stories live on stage. Based in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Sight & Sound operates two theaters: one in Ronks, Pennsylvania (formerly known as the Millennium Theatre) and the second in Branson, Missouri. Each year, more than a million people from ...

  3. One Night with the King - Wikipedia

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    Box office. $13.7 million. One Night with the King is a 2006 American religious epic film produced by Matt Crouch and Laurie Crouch of Gener8Xion Entertainment, directed by Michael O. Sajbel, and starring Peter O'Toole, Tiffany Dupont, John Rhys-Davies, and Luke Goss . The screenplay by Stephan Blinn is based on Tommy Tenney and Mark Andrew ...

  4. Organ concertos, Op. 4 (Handel) - Wikipedia

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    J. Mattheson, Der Vollkommene Capellmeister, 1739 Handel's six organ concertos were published in 1738 by John Walsh as the composer's Opus 4. The four concertos HWV 290–293 had been written to be played in the intervals of performances of his oratorios Esther, Deborah and Athalia in March and April 1735 in the newly opened theatre of John Rich in Covent Garden ; the other two concertos HWV ...

  5. Book of Esther - Wikipedia

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    Scroll of Esther (Megillah) The Megillat Esther (Book of Esther) became the last of the 24 books of the Hebrew Bible to be canonized by the Sages of the Great Assembly. According to the Talmud, it was a redaction by the Great Assembly of an original text by Mordecai. [16] It is usually dated to the 4th century BCE.

  6. The Book of Esther (film) - Wikipedia

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    The Book of Esther is a 2013 American biblical - drama film directed by David A. R. White and starring Jen Lilley as Esther. [1] The film portrays a Jewish girl, Esther, who is chosen as the new queen consort to King Xerxes I of Persia and her efforts to stop evil Lord Haman's plot to exterminate the Jews.

  7. Esther (Weisgall opera) - Wikipedia

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    Esther is an American opera in 3 acts composed by Hugo Weisgall, with a libretto by Charles Kondek. Esther was premiered by the New York City Opera in October 1993. The opera is about Esther's struggle as she becomes the queen of Persia, and her heroic triumph over the evil Prime Minister Haman and his plot of exterminating the Jews.

  8. Esther - Wikipedia

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    Esther. Esther, [a] originally Hadassah, is the eponymous heroine of the Book of Esther in the Hebrew Bible. According to the biblical narrative, which is set in the Achaemenid Empire, the Persian king Ahasuerus falls in love with Esther and marries her. [1] His grand vizier Haman is offended by Esther's cousin and guardian Mordecai because of ...

  9. Sondheim Theatre - Wikipedia

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    Sondheim Theatre. / 51.511944; -0.132778. The Sondheim Theatre (formerly the Queen's Theatre) is a West End theatre located in Shaftesbury Avenue on the corner of Wardour Street in the City of Westminster, London. It opened as the Queen's Theatre on 8 October 1907, as a twin to the neighbouring Hicks Theatre (now the Gielgud Theatre) which had ...