Friday, April 3, 2015
Day 10 - Stations of the Cross
Turns out I was wrong. This was a school production of sorts. My friend's daughter was in the choir. I was impressed with the level of professionalism that the play had. It was easy to forget that these children were not professional actors and that this was not a high budget production. The Stations of the Cross are the various points of relevance in Jesus's life from his conviction until his rise on Easter morning.
It was very emotional and touching. The choir had a slightly haunting tone when they sang in complete darkness. The actors were believable and I could feel their dedication to the work. For me - the girl that doesn't even cry when Old Yeller dies - this is saying something. I was extremely impressed.
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