LOOKING FOR A SIGN

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NEWS RELEASE FROM FOUNTAIN CITY FESTIVAL, BRYAN OHIO

LOOKING FOR A SIGN — In this rehearsal scene from Fountain City Festival’s summer musical, “Children of Eden,” Noah and his family look for a sign that the great flood is over. Noah and his ark is just one of the Biblical stories from the first nine chapters of the Book of Genesis retold in the production. Interpreted in a variety of musical styles including calypso, Gospel, rock, ballads and more, the stories focus on the relationships between parents and children, told with humor, compassion and joy. The show will be presented July 26, 27 and 28 at 7:00 P.M., and July 29 at 2:00 P.M. in the Arts and Ed Center in Bryan, located at the corner of High and Beech Streets. Tickets are available at the Bryan Chamber Office, 138 S. Lynn St., or by phone, 419-636-2247. Depicting Noah and his family are, front left to right, Dave Brown, Bryan; Lynn Lehman, Archbold; Sara Yosick and Marty Manett, both of Bryan; back, Andrew Raub, Bryan; Nichole Spadafore, Bryan; Thom Singer, Ney, who portrays Noah; and Bruce Manett, Bryan.

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