This May, The Spotlight Playhouse in Berea is set to host the world premiere of “Let the Women Sing,” a new musical written by Trudy Tait and directed by Chad Hembree. This musical event offers a fresh and profound look at the lives of women from the Bible, bringing their ancient stories to life with contemporary relevance and emotional depth.

“Let the Women Sing” explores the trials and triumphs of biblical women, portraying them not just as historical figures, but as individuals with real emotions—joy, sorrow, and resilience. The musical aims to connect audiences with these women’s stories, showing that despite the centuries between us, the human experience remains largely the same.

The show will run at The Spotlight Playhouse with performances scheduled for the first two weekends of May. The dates are May 3rd, 4th, 10th, and 11th at 7:00 PM, with a special matinee on Mother’s Day, May 12th, at 4:00 PM. This scheduling provides ample opportunity for Berea residents and visitors to experience this unique theatrical presentation.

Beyond its artistic appeal, “Let the Women Sing” serves as a cultural touchstone for the community, offering a space for reflection, discussion, and celebration of women’s historical and contemporary roles. The production is part of a broader effort by The Spotlight Playhouse to engage with diverse narratives and support local arts.

For those interested in attending the premiere or wishing to learn more about the play and ticketing details, please visit The Spotlight Playhouse’s official website.