9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Day 1 of the two-day symposium featuring distinguished art,
theater, music and literary scholars from around the world to discuss themes of
performance in Christianity, from the early Church to the modern era, from the
East to the West. Speakers will explore the meaning of sacred drama and analyze
specific rituals, performances and dramatic practices that have developed
throughout the history of the Church.
The event will also highlight how the dramatic presentation
of the sacred is common in liturgy, reading, devotion and preaching, and how it
can be seen as true theatrical performance.
There are two ways that you can attend: Continue to reserve your space for on-line viewing or attend in person at Museum of the Bible.
TICKETS FOR ONSITE ATTENDANCE: Tickets are $150
for general admission and $100 for museum members and include coffee, lunch and
refreshments. Museum of the Bible, 400 4th Street SW, Washington, D.C.
TICKETS FOR LIVE STREAMING ATTENDANCE: Tickets
to access the conference by live streaming are available for one day or both
days of the conference.
Tickets are $30 for either Thursday, March 22 or Friday,
March 23. If you would like to access the conference both days, the fee is
FOR MEMBERS –
Access to the conference via live streaming is FREE
as a benefit of your membership!
You can contact us at 1-866-430-MOTB (6682) or email@example.com