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Living Gallery 2024: Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled

Join Greenville’s leading Easter tradition–attend the annual Living Gallery!

Be challenged and inspired by the drama, uplifting music, and life-size re-creations of masterpieces (with live models) that make up the Living Gallery, an annual Upstate tradition since 1998.

The program varies from year to year, and 2024’s presentation co-directed by Donnalynn Hess and Erin Jones features a new script revealing a gallery of witnesses from both the Old and New Testaments.

Since the creation and fall of man, God has persistently and lovingly pursued His own from generation to generation. At the center of His story stands the cross, the necessary and brutal work of redemption through the suffering Messiah. The inevitable culmination of God’s plan is yet to come in His final return, but until then we need not fear for God has consistently shown Himself faithful and strong. And, it is His faithfulness that strengthens our own to be steadfast to the end. View visually powerful stage reproductions of works like Pascal Dagnan-Bouveret’s The Last Supper, a new sculpture by local artist Doug Young, and M&G’s Adoration of the Magi by Flemish painter, Jan Boeckhorst.


Location: Rodeheaver Auditorium, campus of Bob Jones University

Parking: Parking is available on the campus of Bob Jones University.

Performance Times: 

Thursday, March 28 at 4:30 and 7:30 PM

Friday, March 29 at 4:30 and 7:30 PM

Saturday, March 30 at 2:00, 4:30, and 7:30 PM


Living Gallery Tickets:

Teens & Adults: $19.79 and Children (Ages 6-12): $17.70

  • Tickets are on sale at Programs & Productions, in the lobby of Rodeheaver Auditorium, campus of Bob Jones University
  • Box Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 12PM to 5PM
  • Purchase tickets online here.
  • Call (864) 770-1372, Monday-Friday, 12PM to 5PM


Related Offerings:

Bringing a church group? Schedule a tour to see selections of M&G’s collection here.

For a family Easter adventure, follow an M&G Easter Scavenger Hunt.

Want to see works from M&G’s Collection? See the campus locations displaying selections here.