THE CAVE PROJECT

March 11 & 12, 2017 | John Burroughs School

SATURDAY, MARCH 11 at 8PM

SUNDAY, MARCH 12 at 2PM

Tickets are available through MetroTix and start at just $10 for students. Discounts available for groups of 10 or more. To buy tickets, click the button or call 314.534.1111.

Arts & Faith St. Louis will be hosting events before and after the March performance. Please join us to participate in the conversation about the roots that bind us together.

Thursday, Feb 23: 7:00pm
Eden Theological Seminary
Sponsored by Interfaith Partnership

 

Tuesday, Feb 28: 7:00pm
The Sheldon Concert Hall

 

Sunday, Mar 5: 3:00pm
The Islamic Foundation

 

Thursday, Apr 6: 7:00pm
St. Louis County Library Headquarters
Speaker: Dr. David Greenhaw

INTERFAITH DISCUSSION:
Yours, Mine & Ours: Abraham's Modern Family

A PANEL DISCUSSION:
Understanding the Music and Text of The Cave

The Cave: 
Common Ground

WHEN & WHERE

THE CAVE PROJECT

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Presented by Arts & Faith St. Louis

The performance will take place at John Burroughs School:

755 S. Price Road
St. Louis, MO 63124

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ABOUT THE CAVE

The Cave of Hebron, said to be the burial place of Abraham and Sarah, is a special and holy site to all three Abrahamic religions. The Cave weaves together different perspectives on the same story to present a common ground for varied faiths.

Featuring internationally acclaimed ensemble Alarm Will Sound, stunning video imagery and compelling music, The Cave promises to be one of the most important and moving performances of the year.

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JOHN BURROUGHS SCHOOL
755 South Price Road
St. Louis, Missouri 63124

NOTE: USE CLAYTON ROAD ENTRANCE

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A multimedia opera, presented by Arts & Faith St. Louis, exploring the common heritage of Abraham for Jewish, Muslim and Christian Faiths.

Discussion of 
The Cave Project

Sunday, Feb 19: 9:30am
Salem United Methodist Church

 

A PANEL DISCUSSION:
Understanding The Music and Text of The Cave

The Poet Rumi: 
Love is the Bridge

Tuesday, May 16: 7:00pm
Ladue Chapel Presbyterian Church

Thursday, Mar 2: 7:00pm
Fontbonne University Library
Lewis Room

A PANEL DISCUSSION:
Who is Abraham?

A PANEL DISCUSSION:
Judaism, Christianity, Islam–
What Do They Have in Common?

Sunday, Jun 11: 2:00pm
St. Louis Islamic Center Nur