JOURNEYING WITH MOSES: A conversation with Val Kilmer

It's Saturday, a two-performance "doubleheader day" — which is more than a full plate for most actors. But Val Kilmer shows no sign of flagging. He's just come from a matinee performance of the new hit show The Ten Commandments — The Musical, in which he stars as Moses, and a post-performance discussion with several hundred members of the audience at the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles, California, known around the world as home to the Academy Awards telecast.

Tomorrow will offer him little respite. Ordinarily, he would be whisking his two kids off to Sunday School while he attended church. But this particular Sunday he'll be up at the crack of dawn, travel across the Los Angeles basin to Garden Grove, make a guest appearance at Robert Schuller's Crystal Cathedral — a mainstream church of several thousand in-house congregants, plus a huge television audience that watches Schuller's Hour of Power — and then journey back across the sprawl of Los Angeles in time for another matinee at the Kodak.

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