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The prophet Jeremiah talks to God about problems he faces during the Old Testament period. The play is set for 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 30 at the Armstrong Auditorium.
Irish step-dancing will be part of the production Sunday afternoon.
More than 120 people are part of "Jeremiah - the Musical."

“Jeremiah – the Musical” will hit Edmond’s Armstrong Auditorium stage 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 30.

Composed by Ryan Malone, with lyrics by David Brandon, “Jeremiah” is a new production in
the style of the Broadway musical. It is the epic story of the Old Testament prophet Jeremiah like theatregoers have never seen before.

The story is told through captivating, original music and innovative step-dancing
choreography. From a timid teenager to a mighty man of God, see how Jeremiah faced down false prophets, confronted cowardly kings, and persevered in spite of plotting princes. And see how he took part in the Bible’s most daring rescue.

“Jeremiah” is Armstrong College’s first production that combines the vocals of music
theatre along with the entertainment of Irish step-dancing. More than 120 people are involved in the production, including students from Armstrong College and Armstrong’s Imperial Academy, Armstrong faculty, staff and local community members.

Admission is free and the performance is open to the public. Armstrong Auditorium is
located at 14400 S. Bryant Road.



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