What happened to the 12 apostles and Mary Magdalene after the crucifixion of Jesus? That’s the question raised– and answered– in the world premiere musical “The 12” now on stage at the Denver Center.
What happened to the 12 apostles and Mary Magdalene after the crucifixion of Jesus? That’s the question raised and answered in the world premiere musical “The 12” — now on stage at the Denver Center.
“The 12” is a new musical take on a very old story — and one that still resonates with audiences.
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