The Oldest Story at this Year’s Fringe Festival!
Fragments of the story of TOBIT were found with the Dead Sea Scrolls, the single most important archaeological manuscript find of the twentieth century. TOBIT is an Israelite living in Nineveh with his wife and son. in 710 B.C. This exciting drama is the tale of his life and that of Sarah, a young woman whose husbands die soon after entering the bridal chamber.
A twelve-member cast presents this entertaining story. Don’t miss it!
$12.50 adults, $10.00 students and seniors
First show at 11:59 (almost midnight) on Opening Night of the Fringe: Thursday, August 14, 2014