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After a three-year hiatus “The Man Who Ran” is back on stage at the Picture in Scripture Amphitheater in Disney. The show runs through July 23, according to Director Linda Goldner.

In celebration of reopening, Bill Goldner, who plays Jonah, said, “We are giving the customers a whale of a deal. With phone or on-line reservations, just mention promo code ‘Jonah’s ½ price tickets’ and the $14.25 ticket will only be $7.13. Now that’s a whale of a deal.”

“It’s great to be open again, Linda Goldner said. After three years, there was so much to do, but with our fabulous cast and crew, together we made it happen. The show is better than ever.”

The award-winning biblical drama portrays the story of Jonah, Jesus and the great fish. A cast of 80, live exotic animals, exciting pyrotechnics and

state-of-the-art surround sound brings this story to life in the 1000-seat amphitheater.

            Nestled in the hills surrounding Grand Lake, 3.5 miles east of Disney, Picture In Scripture Amphitheater is recognized as the area’s #1 summer attraction, according to the Goldners. Now in the 24th season, the amphitheater will be open through July 23rd, every Friday and Saturday night.

“To date, more than 200,000 attendees, representing all 50 states and 110 foreign countries have attended the shows,” she said.

A delightful evening at the amphitheater begins with dinner on the patio with your choice of charbroiled hamburgers, grilled chicken, barbeque or Grand Lake’s best catfish. A gospel music preshow begins at 8 p.m. “At sunset the curtain rises on a most spectacular production under the “grand” Oklahoma stars,” Goldner said.

For more information call (918) 435-8207 or visit www.pictureinscripture.com

 

Picture In Scripture is a member of Green Country Marketing Association, one of 11 multi-county organizations working with the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department and others to promote state tourism, a $6.1 billion industry.