The Promise in Glen Rose Returns for 24th Year of Inspiring Performances at the Texas Amphitheatre

In the fall of 2012, The Promise will celebrate 24 years of inspiring performances at the Texas Amphitheatre in Glen Rose, TX. Year after year audiences travel from near and far to the Texas Amphitheatre to experience the life of Jesus unfold before

In the fall of 2012, The Promise will celebrate 24 years of inspiring performances at the Texas Amphitheatre in Glen Rose, TX. Year after year audiences travel from near and far to the Texas Amphitheatre to experience the life of Jesus unfold before their eyes.


The Promise begins on the banks of the Paluxy River in historic Glen Rose, Texas. In the opening scene, a grandfather and his grandchildren, Billy and Lisa, explore the woods and riverbed in search of the dinosaur tracks that have made Somervell County a popular destination for visitors. As the sun sets, they stumble across an old campsite that reminds Grandpa of a story his own grandfather used to tell him in the same spot--the one about the Promise sent by God.

As Grandpa begins to sing about the Promised One, the three find themselves among the Old Testament prophets who foretold the coming of Jesus. Immediately, Grandpa, Billy, and Lisa are swept up in the events of Jesus' birth, baptism, temptation, and ministry.

Based on Scripture and incorporating the music of award-winning contemporary Christian artists, The Promise brings a modern touch to the most amazing story ever told. Audiences experience a smiling, approachable Jesus who reaches out to people and changes lives. With its sweeping musical score, live animals, and a cast and crew of more than 150 dedicated Christian artists, The Promise is truly the experience of a lifetime.

In 2012, The Promise celebrates 24 years of performances at the Texas Amphitheatre--the largest permanent outdoor theatre in the state. With its Greco-Roman design and 3,200 seating capacity, this state-of-the-art facility is unexpectedly intimate, making it the perfect place to experience The Promise.

Many features of the Texas Amphitheatre help communicate the story in a modern way--a water-filled moat, rain curtain, lighting truss with 600+ instruments, digital sound system, and more. Audiences truly have an extraordinary experience at The Promise in Glen Rose, Texas.

The story of Jesus is timeless. But the season is not. The Promise will be performed Friday and Saturday evenings from August 31 - October 27, 2012.
For more information call 254-897-3926 or 1-800-687-2661 Visit online at www.ThePromiseGlenRose.com