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Live Presentation Of Da Vinci's 'The Last Supper'

Author:Author unknown, Issue: March 2000, Topic: Events

"The Living Lord's Supper," a live portrayal of the famous painting by Leonardo Davinci, will be presented by the Yokota CC Drama Group at the Tsukuba International Christian Assembly Hall on Sunday, April 9, at 6 pm in English and 7*30 pm in Japanese. The doors open at 5:30 with seating limited to 110 people on a first-come basis.

The presentation will feature costumes, make-up, special lighting, music and special effects to make the scene appear just as DaVinci painted it. Thirteen men in full costume take on the personalities of the disciples posing in still scenes and then "come to life" to pantomime the readings of the events that took place that fateful evening.

The ICA Hall is located in Furuku, to the east of Tsukuba, just off of Tsuchiura-Gakuen Sen. It is on the left just behind the restaurant with the dragon on top just before the road curves sharply to the right about 2 km east of Higashi Odori. For more information, call Richard Swan at 36-0993.

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