Glenn recaps incredible Man in the Moon production

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On radio today, Glenn talked about some of the behind-the-scenes drama and miracles that surrounded Man in the Moon.

Prior to the start of the show, there had been terrible thunderstorms in the Salt Lake City, Utah including the venue for the event. The storms threatened the whole production, and many backstage feared that the rain would stop the show before it could even begin.

“I was standing there on Saturday afternoon, 3:00, and (the storm) is about to tear the moon and everything else apart. Very stormy. The whole thing is coming apart, and it was like God’s reality show,” Glenn said.

Glenn explained that due to the weather, there was a 90% chance that the projectors that were key to the show would no longer be working. In fact, the company that owned the projectors almost didn’t want Glenn to uncover them for the show because they thought the rain would damage them. It was only when Glenn and his business partner Chris agreed to pay the $600,000 if anything happened to the projectors that they were allowed to turn them on for the show.

“We ran the show and just as (Chris) made the decision, the sun came out, and there was a double rainbow right over the stage. And there are pictures of it at GlennBeck.com. It was absolutely amazing. It was just miraculous,” Glenn said.

“It was packed. And it was wet, but it was packed. And nobody left. Nobody left,” Glenn said.

“And there were such great acts of human kindness. Somebody told me they had I think third row seats, and they happened to be going back towards the back, and they saw this old couple, they were 70 years old and they were sitting kind of on this fence way in the back. And he saw them and he went back, got his wife, and said hey, I want to give our tickets away. They went all the way to the back and sat on the fence and gave their tickets to this old couple and she started to cry, and she said it’s his birthday today. Thank you so much. And it was like his 70th birthday, and they were sitting there with trash bags over their heads as well. And they were moved down.”

“Our audience is really a spectacular audience. Just you are such good people, such good people.”

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  • http://www.facebook.com/euna.rugg Euna Rugg

    Euna Rugg I know so many that didn’t get to be there missed a great time. I am so happy to hear all went well. If possible Glenn, I would go to the ends of the earth to see your shows, for I know they would be so uplifting. I keep up with your shows etc, on TV and the internet. Thank you for all the great things you are doing that gives us Courage and Hope for the future.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000049477457 Brad Fellmeth

    That show, that whole weekend, was miraculous, Glenn. I was chatting with some of the other folks on the lawn, and as soon as we saw the double rainbow, we knew. God is on our side! I’m so glad that He chose to smile on that night, and that you did this show the way you did. The entertainment industry is so incredibly lacking in anything good or wholesome or moral or remotely conservative. I feel that by making this show happen (and boy did it happen!) you have helped set in motion the machine that’s going to capture the attention of the American public and make that paradigm shift we so desperately need. As a creative individual myself I’m so inspired now to try to do the same thing, to push the envelope and put some good moral media out there, through music or books or whatever. 

    And too, you were saying there were such great displays of human kindness. I say you don’t know the half of it. I flew in by myself from Philadelphia to catch this show, and when I got here I discovered that the public transit I thought was running to the amphitheater wasn’t. As it turned out, I started talking to people and I hitched a ride with this wonderful local couple, and spent a great deal of both nights sitting and talking with them about everything from God and religion to government to music to you name it! They were incredibly kind and generous to me, but the story doesn’t end there. Saturday, right after the doors opened, we had been huddling under an umbrella while waiting in line, but obviously we couldn’t take those in. I hadn’t even reached the lawn when a woman came out of nowhere and handed me a trash bag, already with a hole for my head. That bag kept me (and my phone) completely dry until the rain finally stopped! If not for her… just wow! And that’s not to mention the dozens I talked to during the events and at the booths! I think I know why God was smiling on us saturday night. There, at the center of the conservative universe, despite all the world being on fire around us and all the BS and hate that’s being spewed, sometimes even from our own side, there wasn’t a soul there that wasn’t kind and generous and pious, not that I saw. 

    God bless you and yours, Glenn. I can’t wait for Man in the Moon 2! If I can make it.

  • Jaamoose

    It was miraculous, I tell ya! Mr. Beck, if your tiny god performs miracles by helping you get richer when thousands die each day, he is truly as evil as you are. 

  • Anonymous

    Jaamoose, you are ignorant about the facts.  Your comment is pathetic and without basis.  Do some research and you may learn something about Mr. Beck and what he does with his money.  Unlike people such as your hero Soros, he isn’t out to profit on the demise of countries’ economies.  His contributions to society are documented.  I urge you to become informed and you may, in fact, regret repeating the lies of liberal talking points. What are you doing to reduce the number of people dying each day?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Malinda-Slatten-Neal/1076794106 Malinda Slatten Neal

    I’ve always felt that God had his hand on you Glenn.  God Bless you and keep you safe.

  • Anonymous

    Wow! What a sad life you must live with that kind of meaness toward others, but it does take all kinds I suppose. I hope it never comes back to bite you. I hope something in your life will turn things around so you don’t so compelled to be so mean spirited.

  • Anonymous

    When I got to my seat which was wet, a man sitting a few seats down handed me a towel to wipe my seat.  He handed the towel to every person before they sat down, or he dried it for them.  Then a family came later with a whole box of garbage sacks that they had bought to give out to anyone who needed them.  This was the first event my husband has been to and was very impressed with he caliber of people in your audience.  And I think we all took pictures of the double rainbow, once we saw it we knew everything would be ok, what an amazing evening Glenn… thank you. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/michael.richard.524934 Michael Richard

    Well we have to start somewhere. At least even with the hateful comments, it shows he was at least paying attention to MITM.  Hateful or not we love ya man. We don’t like what you represent, but we love ya.  Tell your friends.  If you have any.

  • Anonymous

    Sad, so sad….

  • Anonymous

    I’m guessing nothing and probably supports abortionists…

  • Janet B

    Does the Blaze 5 p.m. EST show ever get rebroadcast? Some of us on the west coast can’t watch (even though subscribed because we work ‘ti 5 or 6 p.m. MST.

  • http://suzeraining.wordpress.com/ suz

    that double rainbow…breathtaking, especially since the weather not ideal.  i was not there but heard the radio story as it unfolded and tried to imagine the production through some great photos that were sent.  thanks to all the folks who did that — it helped in imagining the spectacle.  

    bring us a story-in-theater about the constitution.  from our founders to modern day application. can you image it?  a theatrical production of each and every freedom exercised.  

    the writer tells the story of:

    the men who wrote it down and lived it…

    the mind that dreams…
    the hand that paints…
    the voice that sings…

    the soldier who bears arms to fight for others freedoms…
    the husband who bears arms to protect his family…
    the woman who bears arms to guard her children…

    the huddle masses celebrating the birth of christ…
    the celebration of the passover…
    the children who assemble after school to pray for good things to happen…
    the pledge of allegiance…

    and so on…

    all of the joy that the establishment and founding of our constitutional freedoms acted out on stage.  

    AND the actualization of what it would be like if our freedoms never came to pass.

  • Anonymous

    I heard some of the live broadcast, and the show was a turd. Glenn is the cheesiest writer ever. His audience is moronic. Just FYI

  • Anonymous

    GLENN  HERE I AM.  I JUST WOKE UP TO REALITY @ 70 YR OF AGE.  I STARTED A CONTITUTION MEETING USING THE 5000 YR LEAP GOING ON 5 YEARS NOW.  GOING TO WA DC, NASH., TN WRITING LETTERS, PHONE CALLS, E-MAIL HELP WALKER GET RESTORED AND LOCAL GOVERMENT. ALOT OF ELBOW GREASE. I WOULD LOVE TO GO TO YOUR SHOWS BUT WHERE DO PEOPLE GET THEIR MONEY?   HOWEVER I AM BLESS AND  I HAVE TAPED ALL YOUR SHOWS WHEN YOU WERE ON FOX AND NOW I WATCH YOU EVER NIGHT.  THANK YOU FOR ALL YOU DO.  I AM  SO PROUD OF YOU AND PRAY FOR YOU AND YOUR  FAMILY. I TRULY LOVE OUR COUNTRY MY GRANDPARENTS CAME TO AMERICA IN1906 FROM RUSSIA. IS THERE ANYTHING I  CAN DO TO HELP  MAKE  YOUR LOAD LIGHTER. LOVE MARY  BLOSSER

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