LA Weekly 2008 Theatre Awards Best Director-winner Matt Miller puts on a show later this month with ten-artist ensemble SiNNERMAN about the lesser known Old Testament Bible stories. Ranging from tales about Abraham to Ehud and Eglon, these stories have come to be known as “sometimes hilarious, sometimes tragic.” “It was my kind of concept, but it’s being adapted together with the cast and probably fifty percent of them are SiNNERMAN members,” Miller says. “It’s a really interesting mix of stories that, for whatever reason, are not stories that are known to American pop culture-not in the zeitgest for very good reasons. Many, however, are not without humor, and that’s the really interesting portion of this process.” The show will open March 23 at the Viaduct Theater. “This has been an idea that I’ve had for a very long time now. My parents were missionaries and I grew up going to church and church camp and I was always fascinated by the stories in school that we weren’t reading and that we were skipping over, and I found them very fascinating and interesting,” Miller says.