“I AM” COME! PAGEANT
PAGEANT OF THE ANGELS
The “I AM” COME! Pageant has been presented annually since 1950 at the G. W. Ballard Amphitheater in Mount Shasta, California, USA. The Pageant was originally created, produced and directed by Mrs. Edna W. Ballard, who with her husband, Guy W. Ballard, established the Saint Germain Foundation. Mrs. Ballard's objective was to present a Pageant on the life of Beloved Jesus, focusing on His Miracles of Truth and Healing, and the example of the Ascension which He left to the world.
With majestic 14,162 foot Mount Shasta providing the backdrop, the Pageant portrays the life of Beloved Jesus from His birth in Bethlehem to His Ascension on the Hill of Bethany. A company of over four hundred presents “I AM” COME! Most of the principal players have performed together for many years. The new G. W. Ballard Amphitheater provides a setting which closely represents the period and atmosphere of the Holy Land during Beloved Jesus' life. A special tribute to America follows each performance.
During the second weekend of August each year two performances of “I AM” COME! are given, on Friday evening at 6:30 P.M. and Sunday morning at 8:00 A.M., each four hours in length. On Saturday evening a double program is offered, a colorful pageant devoted to the Angelic Host, "I AM" Pageant of the Angels at 7:30 P.M. followed at 8:30 P.M. with a choral concert of sacred music by 125 voices with instrumental ensemble and organ.
The outdoor theater is equipped with state of the art sound and lighting and permanent seats. Parking is adjacent and on the same level with the entrance. You are cordially invited to attend any of the performances during these three days. Admission is free.