Feb 23 – Mar 27

The Living Water is a contemporary dramatization of the Biblical stories of the Samaritan Woman, the Blind Beggar, and Lazarus, traditionally known as the “Scrutiny” gospels. Filled with original music & songs and gripping multimedia elements, this play will draw audiences of all ages into a deeper experience of the Lenten season through a profound and entertaining reflection on the complexities of the human condition in light of Divine Love.

Even if you don’t celebrate Lent, this play is for you. It artfully explores and celebrates timeless truths that resonate with every human heart.

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Like many a church, Open Window is a refuge from the world (and standard entertainment), while not abandoning discussions of the hard issues that get dealt with in the world…

Matthew Everett, Single White Fringe Geek

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…Open Window Theatre succeeded with an ambitious staging of this ritualistic 15th Century play [Everyman]. Director Jeremy Stanbary [brought] the original play to life for a modern audience.

Bev Wolfe, Twin Cities Arts Reader