Miracle Theater- Pigeon Forge

The grand Miracle Theater right by our Pigeon Forge, Tennessee cabin rentals was formerly known as the Louis Mandrel Theater. This theater is unique because there is a specific mission that it is dedicated to. The Miracle Theater in Pigeon Forge is dedicated to spreading the gospel and uplifting God’s people. The shows at the Miracle Theater in Pigeon Forge are all shows that in some way represent the Bible or Christianity. Current shows in the theater include the Miracle and Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat. Because of the messages represented in every show at this theater, it’s a family activity that will leave you feeling uplifted and edified.

Each production includes a great staff of professional singers, dancers, wardrobes, lighting staff, and hair and makeup. Theater shows are great for large groups and many youth groups and church groups visit the theater because of it’s Christ-centered messages.  More information can be found on the Miracle Theater website.

Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat is the new production at the Miracle Theatre in Pigeon Forge. This show takes the audience directly to the scenes in Joseph’s life, like when he was sold into slavery by his brothers. The audience also sees when he was accused of trying to sleep with another man’s wife, and then when he met a couple of interesting characters in jail where he interpreted dreams. Finally, the audience gets to see Joseph reconnect with his brothers and once again find peace in his family life. This theatre production was written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice and it’s great costumes, great actors, and great story are sure to tickle your funny bone and leave you feeling inspired. The show stunned audiences in 2010 and is sure to please in 2011. For show times and ticket prices Pigeon Forge visitors can contact the Miracle Theatre at 865-428-7469.

Their address is 2046 Parkway Pigeon Forge, TN 37863.

The Miracle show is the older show at the theatre and is a recreation of the stories in the Bible about the life of Christ. Audience members will be taken directly to the scene when Jesus was born and angesl pronounced his glory. They’ll see when Jesus calmed the raging waters during his boat trip with the disciples. Jesus’ ascension will remind visitors of what his ultimate goal was for coming to the world. This is the older of the two shows at the Miracle Theatre and it only ran for three months in 2010. The 2011 calendar will soon be posted. Show times and ticket prices vary.  The book and lyrics for the Miracle show are by Linda Nell Cooper and the music is by David M. Legg.

You may also want to take a look at Memories Theatre and Fiddler’s Feast Dinner Show.