Teresa Small, who wore a black and gold leaf-patterned gown as King David’s wife, Bathsheba, said she was glad participated in the event.
“It was a lot of fun seeing how they dressed thousands of years ago,” she said. “It’s not like today.”
Tarah Maus modeled as Tabitha, referred to in the New Testament’s Acts of the Apostles.
“I was surprised how flashy some of them were,” she said of the wardrobe, adding that she always imagined modest attire when picturing women of the Bible.
Small agreed with Maus and went on to say it was fun watching the ladies react to some of these flashier getups.
“The show was very good, said Kathy Loffing, who attended the show with her friend, Raenae Overmyer. “It was a very uplifting and informative program. It was refreshing to learn about the women of the Bible, some of them you rarely hear about.”
Mitchell Kirk is a staff reporter at the Pharos-Tribune. He can be reached at 574-732-5130 or email@example.com. Follow him: @PharosMAK