Unity Dance Troupe to present ‘The Veil: Story of Creation’ on Feb. 22, 23

Posted 2/8/20

Alexis Burleson, William Moore, Allison Barnes and Christin Smolinski are shown in this scene from “The Veil.”

Katherine Griesemer, company dancer, performs this scene from “The Veil” as a butterfly.

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Unity Dance Troupe to present ‘The Veil: Story of Creation’ on Feb. 22, 23

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Now in its eighth season, “The Veil: Story of Creation” will return to the Lee University Conn Center on Feb. 22 and 23.
Performed by the Unity Dance Troupe, “The Veil” is an epic love story depicting the creation of the world, the fall of man, and redemption through grace.
“Watch and engage with the image of Divine love, and give your heart a picture of a tangible God,” a Unity Dance Troupe representative noted.

"‘The Veil | Story of Creation’ brings a fresh perspective of God's heart for the world.  Oftentimes when the story of Creation is told, the facts are presented but God is portrayed as a distant Creator, One who speaks, ‘It is so,’ and that is all.  ‘The Veil’ shows God not only as a fun-loving, joyful Creator who takes pleasure in His creation, but also as a fierce Warrior who fights for the ones He has made,” according to Unity Dance Troupe’s website.
The Broadway-style production delights incorporates dance, theatrics, original set and costumes, and unique artistic effects. There is never a dull moment. The Unity Dance Troupe is entering its second decade of “bringing the Gospel to the nations through dance,” according to Katherine Griesemer, CPA, CFO and assistant director.
Tickets are required to attend. Free general admission seating and premiere seating is available for purchase, but must be reserved online.
Visit www.unitydancetroupe.com/tickets to reserve your seat today! Balcony seating will be available at the door.
Unity is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with the mission to open eyes and mend broken hearts around the world with a refreshing and clear view of the Gospel.
The Saturday performances are planned for 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. The Sunday performance is at 2 p.m.

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