Noah at Sight & Sound Theatres in Branson, MO

Sight & Sound Theatres®1001 Shepherd of the Hills ExpresswayBranson, MO 65616
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Overview

Experience the story of NOAH, brought to life on stage at Sight & Sound Theatres. This epic show, which is returning to Branson for one season only, features over 100 live and animatronic animals as well as a 40-foot-high-ark and immersive 300-foot wraparound stage. Set sail with NOAH to see this amazing Biblical story as you never have before!

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Watch Noah and his family build an enormous Ark and fill it with animals, two by two. Featuring a 300-foot wraparound stage, hundreds of live and animatronic animals and a 40-foot-high ark, NOAH brings the Bible to life on stage in an experience you'll never forget!

With a catastrophic storm on its way, one man is given a monumental task: build a boat big enough to save his family from a flood that will cover the entire earth. But they won’t be alone. Returning for one season only, this landmark production takes you on board one of the world's best-known voyages, as live animals fill the stage and aisles. Set sail inside the enormous ark as this extraordinary Bible story comet to life all around you!

FUN FACTS:
There are over 100 live, animatronic and puppeted animals in the show.
NOAH has been seen live on stage by more than 5 million people.
NOAH originally debuted in 1995 as Sight & Sound’s first biblical epic production



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Frequently Asked Questions about NOAH

How big is the theater? 
The theater boasts 2,000 seats and a 300-foot stage.

How long is the show? 
The show is approximately 2.5 hours long with a 15-minute intermission.

Can I purchase food to enjoy during the show? 
The concession stands at the theater serves light fare such as sandwiches, snacks, and beverages. The menu varies based on location and season. Guests are welcome to enjoy concessions items inside the theater during the show.

Note: If you have a known allergy to nuts, please be advised that the signature almonds are roasted and sold in the theater lobbies. Additionally, the concessions areas process products that contain peanuts, tree nuts, milk, soy, and wheat. We cannot guarantee that the products are free from cross-contamination of the top eight allergens. During your visit, please talk to one of our concessions team members to discuss safe food options for your family. We welcome guests with special dietary needs to bring their own snack items into the theater.

Is there a dress code for the performance?
There is no dress code for the shows.

Can I bring my camera? 
Yes. You may use your camera up until the start of the show. Photography and videography are strictly prohibited during the performance.

Will I be seated if I arrive late for the show? 
While we understand and would love to seat you immediately if you arrive late, we’re not always able to do so. To ensure the safety of all our guests, actors, and animal actors (who use the aisles in darkened show conditions), we cannot guarantee that we will be able to seat you immediately. The theater doors will close promptly at showtime. If you arrive after the start of the show, the House Manager will determine when and where you will be seated. Please know that we may not be able to seat you until intermission. To get the most out of your Sight & Sound Theatres experience, please plan to arrive 45 minutes before your scheduled showtime.

Is the theater handicapped accessible? 
Yes. Our guests have options for wheelchair-accessible parking, restroom facilities, and theater seating. Not all seating is wheelchair-accessible, so it is important for you to request special accommodations when ordering your tickets.

Are the performances interpreted for the deaf or those hard of hearing? 
Yes, we offer American Sign Language interpretation at select dates and times. Please note your request for interpretation when ordering your tickets.

Is the show appropriate for children? 
Yes. However, due to the length of the performance, it is recommended that children ages 5 and up enjoy the show. Should your child become restless or need a break, the theater offers a Family Room at both the Lancaster and Branson theaters, where you can watch a live video feed of the show on a TV.