Sight & Sound Theater Opens “David” Donating Proceeds to Ukrainian Refugees

Credit: Sight & Sound Theatres - Lancaster, PA

A production four years in the making, “David” will open at Sight & Sound Theater in Lancaster, Pennsylvania this weekend, according to The Christian Post. The release could not be coming at a better time as people across the world are citing David and Goliath as Ukrainians defend themselves and their nation against the monstrous Russian regime. Recognizing the desperate circumstances facing Ukrainians, Sight & Sound is planning to donate 100 percent of the proceeds from the first performance of the year to aid Ukrainian refugees. 

“Master Poet. Fearless Warrior. Anointed King. From still waters to shadowed valleys, David’s ascent to the throne is filled with towering giants, wild animals, and Philistine soldiers,” writes Sight & Sound in their synopsis of the production. Adding that “after unprecedented victories lead to devastating failures, this passionate warrior will face the biggest battle of all: the one within himself.” The production includes original music inspired by the Pslams as the stories of the Bible come to life with “spectacular special effects, massive sets, and live animals.” 


In an interview with The Christian Post, Katie Miller, the communication manager for Sight & Sound, shared that she “cannot wait for audiences to find themselves in the heart of this story.” Miller added that she is incredibly proud of the team that worked together to make the production happen. They “worked tirelessly” through the COVID-19 pandemic with quarantines and supply shortages among other challenges. Miller noted that “God’s faithfulness was evident” every step of the way. 

As “David” is brought to life, audiences will find themselves immersed in his struggles, strength, and faith. While the world may weep in the face of great challenges, the story of “David” inspires us to believe deeply that having faith in God will provide the strength to keep moving forward. 


Recommended For You