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The FABULOUS King James Bible at the Pittsburgh Fringe Festival

Presented by Pittsburgh Fringe Festival at Online/Virtual Space

May 06 - May 09

Presented by New Generation Theatrical (Orlando, Florida, USA)

Rating: R
Genre: Comedy
Premiere?: Pittsburgh Premiere

Historically gay King James I created a brand new bible. In this hilariously historically inaccurate play, he and his traditional high priests intensely discuss the church and the scripture, asking the question: Why can't religion be more fabulous?

Show Creator(s): Michael Knight

Streaming Type: On-Demand

Platform: Maestro

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Presented by New Generation Theatrical (Orlando, Florida, USA)

Rating: R
Genre: Comedy
Premiere?: Pittsburgh Premiere

Historically gay King James I created a brand new bible. In this hilariously historically inaccurate play, he and his traditional high priests intensely discuss the church and the scripture, asking the question: Why can't religion be more fabulous?

Show Creator(s): Michael Knight

Streaming Type: On-Demand

Platform: Maestro

Social Media
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewGenTheatrical
Instagram: www.instagram.com/newgentheatrical

Fringes performed at:

Orlando Winter Mini-Fringe

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Dates & times

Fri, May 07 @ 12:00 am Sat, May 08 @ 12:00 am Sun, May 09 @ 12:00 am

Admission

Tickets are available on our website, www.newgentheatrical.org/fabkingjames. The price is $12 dollars to stream on-demand. You will need to quickly and easily create an account for our streaming platform, and this can be used to view all shows we have available through New Generation Theatrical. Once you register and pay, you can stream the play exclusively on your device.

michael@newgenerationtheatrical.org

Ticket Website

 

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