Church Pageants Offer Variety

    “Church Pageants Offer Variety,” Ensign, May 1985, 109

    Church Pageants Offer Variety

    Frequently LDS families like to visit one of the Church-oriented pageants during the year. Although two of those have already completed their run this year—the pageant at the New Zealand Temple, “Hear Him” (January 17 to 19), and the Mesa, Arizona, pageant (April 1 to 6)—there are eight more yet to come. Following is a listing of the pageants scheduled for the remainder of 1985.




    Independence, Missouri

    June 27–29

    Gerald Harris
    11601 East 39th Street
    Independence, MO 64052
    (816) 252-9207

    “Mormon Miracle,”
    Manti Temple hill,
    Manti, Utah

    July 11–13, 16–20

    Morgan Dyreng
    202 South Main
    Manti, UT 84642
    (801) 835–2333

    “And It Came to Pass,”
    DeAuza College
    Flint Center,
    Cupertino, California

    July 16–20, 23–27

    Kenneth D. Foulger
    1212 Chateau Drive
    San Jose, CA 95120
    (408) 268–5548

    “America’s Witness for Christ,”
    Hill Cumorah,
    Palmyra, New York

    July 26, 27, 30, 31; August 1–3

    Jack S. Dawson
    1505 San Felipe
    Rancho Santa Fe
    Boulder City, NV 89005
    (702) 293–5141

    “City of Joseph,”
    Nauvoo, Illinois,
    adjacent to visitors’ center

    August 13–17

    Nauvoo Visitors’ Center
    P.O. Box 215
    Nauvoo, IL 62354
    (217) 453–2237

    “Nativity Pageant,”
    Calgary, Alberta,

    December 18–27

    Del Ockey
    c/o Cardell Construction
    80 Willow Park Green S.E.
    Calgary, Alberta T2J 3L1
    (403) 271–5084

    The Church is also offering assistance to two other pageants:

    Castle Valley
    Mountain Amphitheater,
    Castle Dale, Utah

    August 1–3

    Montell Seely
    Box 943
    Castle Dale, UT 84513
    (801) 381–2195

    “Martin Harris, the Man Who Knew,”
    Clarkston, Utah

    August 27–31

    Rhett James
    600 Darwin Avenue
    Logan, UT 84321
    (801) 752–4265

    Scenes from the Hill Cumorah pageant, “America’s Witness for Christ.”