Passion Play concludes season with Heroes Appreciation Nights
The Great Passion Play is concluding its 50th year anniversary on Friday, Oct. 26, and Saturday, Oct. 27, with Heroes Appreciation Nights honoring military (active and vets), police, firefighters, EMT and first responders. Free tickets will be available for the service person with half-priced tickets for family.
"Our 50th year has been very exciting,” said Randall Christy, executive director. “We are excited to close out the 50th year with a Heroes weekend, a Service and Military Appreciation on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 26 and 27.
Christy continued, “The play runs May through October, but we have Holy Land Tours year-round and this year for Christmas, visitors can drive through a forest of 300 plus Christmas Trees on their way to see the Christ of the Ozarks.”
Free tickets will be available on Friday and Saturday night for military (active and vets), law enforcement, police, firefighter, EMT, first responders and half-off play tickets for their families.
“Our service and military appreciation night has had over 2,200 people in attendance in the past,” said Kent Butler, actor and director of operations, “and we hope to welcome even more this year.”