One of the local churches has planned a special program, which is open to the public. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the story.
The images in a painting known to people across the world, through the ages, will come alive tonight at Trinity Lutheran Church in Sheridan. Director Susan J. Baker describes the production.
She went on to set the scene.
As a dramatization, she said, the disciples speak in monologues or soliloquies, rather than through exchanged dialogue like a traditional play.
She said the production is open to the public, free of charge, and will be a religious service, with hymns and communion, presented as a Maundy Thursday service.
Working on the project, she said, has been well worth the time spent.
She said the dramatization begins at 7 tonight, with an opening scripture read by the Rev. Phil Wold, and the narration read by Trevor Jackson. The organist is Bunnie Lord and the costumes are on loan from the First Baptist Church. Trinity is located on Crescent Drive in Sheridan.
To see photos of the production, here's the link: http://www.sheridanmedia.com/pic...