When the religious world publishes a study on a subject such as this, they generally go the Hollywood route and use fancy garments and such. Both historical and archaeological findings as well as the Bible let us know that slaves (such as the children of Israel when slaves in Egypt) and the slaves used by Nimrod to build the tower of Babel were not ALLOWED to wear garments of any kind, other than loincloths WHEN summoned to appear before the ruler ((Pharaoh or king). People who are familiar with that sort of thing (A LARGE PART of today's educated people) find it offensive when religions try to pass off FALSE stories from ancient times. We want to portray the truth, and yet attempt to not offend, so we have tried to prevent the scenes in this production from being offensive, while still conveying as accurate a portrayal as we possibly can today. We don't feel there is anything in this production that will in any way harm even small children, but please view it first before letting your children do so. We don't want to cause problems for anyone. Our desire is to make the Word of God more understandable by portraying things as closely as we can to the reality of those days. We DO NOT depict the violence of those times nearly to the degree it existed, but do present a SLIGHT portrayal of the hardships people lived under in those days.