Go back in time and walk through the village of Bethlehem over 2000 years ago to remember the true meaning of Christmas. This inter-active live theatre production with over 100 actors present scenes from the story of the Nativity and the birth of Jesus Christ. Entering the town square the audience finds market stalls where period methods of pottery making, basket weaving and other skills are demonstrated. Ushered in by Roman Soldiers Mary and Joseph enter the town on a live donkey searching for a room. Meanwhile Magi sing and dance when, from the rooftop, the Angel Gabriel appears before the Shepherds and announces the arrival of the new-born son of God. Then they all proceed to the stable for the finale where everyone rejoices in our Lord’s birth and a choral finale by the St. Michaels chorus. The production is inter-faith, free to the public, starts at 6:30p and repeats every thirty minutes for 5 nights from December 13 through 17. The event is adjacent to St. Michaels School at 345 Church Street Livermore.
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