World Stage Theater

Museum of the Bible's World Stage Theater provides a unique and immersive venue to enjoy movies, shows, performances, and more. Inspired by the tabernacle, the theater walls are curved in design, evoking a tent flapping in the wind. With state-of-the-art projection and an intimate space without a bad seat to be found, the World Stage Theater is the perfect place to engage with the Bible in a whole new way. Check out our upcoming shows and events below.

Upcoming Events

Link for C. S. Lewis’s “The Horse and His Boy” Live Onstage

C. S. Lewis’s “The Horse and His Boy” Live Onstage

June 23–August 6, 2023

Back by popular demand, The Horse and His Boy will be live at the World Stage Theater again this summer. Click the image to get your tickets for this beloved classic from The Logos Theatre featuring epic puppetry, beautiful sets and costumes, and an inspiring story for every age.

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Theater’s Features

Museum of the Bible uses a digital 3D-mapping technique to transform the theater into an immersive experience that brings the audience into the production unfolding around them. Using 17 high-output projectors and angle-compensating software, digital images are seamlessly woven together over varied surfaces to create a coherent environment — scene, landscape, or background — for guests.

The 8,000-square-foot hall with 30 rows and 472 seats features an oak stage measuring 50 feet wide and 20 feet deep with a 60-foot red velvet curtain. Its amphitheater-style layout improves the visual and acoustic experience for guests taking in a variety of productions, including live performances, lectures, presentations, Bible readings, and musicals.

The theater features the latest in audio, visual, and lighting systems, including Meyer Audio’s Constellation sound system that allows for electronically variable room acoustics, Yamaha digital mixing console, 21 motorized line sets, theatrical lighting system with grandMA2 ultra-light console, wired and wireless production intercom for ease with presentations and live productions.