Voices of Hope Presents "Children of Eden" at North Shore Music Theatre

The musical will run for one night only on Saturday, May 6. 




 

Voices of Hope, presents Children of Eden. The musical will run for one night only at the North Shore Music Theater on Saturday, May 6. 

Voice of Hope is a non-profit organization of more than 200 individuals from Greater Boston who donate their time and creative talents to raise awareness and funds for cancer research.

Children of Eden is an inspirational, joy-filled, and hopeful musical that is freely based on the story of Genesis. It’s a heartfelt and often humorous examination of the age-old conflict between parents and children. The family-friendly production was created by musical theater greats Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Pippin, Godspell) and John Caird (Les Miserables, Nicholas Nickleby). The story examines centuries-old, unresolved “family business,” using biblical characters such as Adam, Eve, and Noah, and ultimately delivers a bittersweet but inspiring message—that “the hardest part of love . . . is letting go.”

Through engaging music, dance, and story, Children of Eden will leave the audience feeling the connection to family, love, faith, and hope - themes that resonate deeply with this group of local performers who are dedicated to raising funds for cancer research. 

Proceeds from the performance will be donated to the Henri and Belinda Termeer Center for Targeted Therapies at the Mass General Cancer Center. For tickets: $50 Inner | $40 Upper | $75 Inner w/ post-show reception, visit www.nsmt.org. For more information, visit www.voicesofhopeboston.org.

 

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