‘The Passion’ play features international performer

ESCANABA – “The Passion of Christ,” a one-man stage performance by Doug Barry, will thrill and touch everyone that attends on Saturday, March 23, at 6:30 p.m. in the Holy Name School Gymnasium. Tickets can be purchased at Holy Name School or by calling Holy Family Parish at 786-1209. Cost is $10.

From the epitome of pain and agony to the world’s most amazing act of love, “The Passion” will take the audience on an emotional journey through the most pivotal moment in history. It is a brilliant and gripping story that demonstrates not only the depth and power of God’s love, but His ability to transform a symbol of death – the cross – into a symbol of everlasting hope and life.

“My husband and I watched it and cried all of the way through it,” was the comment of view, Lauretta Sesock. “I think everyone should see this – especially teenagers.”

“My children were profoundly touched by these dynamic artists,” said another viewer, Catherine Lamb.

The performance of “The Passion” by Doug Barry and music performance by Eric Genius is considered to be one of the most dramatic and earthshaking presentations on the “Passion of Jesus Christ” ever seen. A powerful drama from the Birth of Our Lord to the Crucification and Death, the power of this performance has literally reduced thousands of people to tears.