Translation of Passion play in Spanish:

Passion play

misterio, n.

noun

Religion

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    misterio masculine
    • Midway between Garmisch and the wood-carvers' village of Oberammergau, whose long-running, once-a-decade passion play was first performed in 1634, the Ettal Valley is one of Bavaria's most beguiling landscapes.
    • And it looks like whether they like it or not depends on whether they think of it as a medieval passion play.
    • A passion play shaped by this sort of perspective would present Jesus' death as the result of his kingdom-driven ministry.
    • In it the performance of a passion play brings out the question of artificiality when conjuring images of the divine, and the fine line separating the ‘performance’ from the evocation of the ethereal.
    • The biggest problem, however, is the very nature of the passion play, a form born during medieval times.
    • In Australia, a state education department recently banned a passion play - a ruling, an official said, which showed that the state ‘will not tolerate violence in the schools.’
    • But frankly, to me, the greatest symbolism conveyed by the annual passion play isn't a statement about religion but rather one about community.
    • On Sunday the 28th of March Rehearsals take place for the upcoming passion play.
    • The evening service at church was a bit different it was a service but with a passion play interspersed throughout it performed by the Riding Lights theatre company.
    • The central conceit is that the actor playing Jesus in the local passion play starts finding his life paralleling that of his part.
    • They note, for example, that the film is ‘nearly the opposite’ of a passion play because viewers ‘must struggle to keep watching, which is humiliating in its own right.’
    • ‘Hair ‘is a burlesque and a passion play, an act of defiance and a plea for acceptance.’
    • Popular theatre celebrated the Christian tradition in nativity plays, passion plays, and paradise plays, from Catholic southern Europe to the Alps and the Rhineland.
    • To finish off, we first stopped off in Oberammergau, home of the world famous passion play, a beautifully decorated church and shop after shop of amazing wood carvings.
    • Did this woman get upset during the passion play when Jesus was nailed to a cross?
    • Set in a Greek village, it tells the story of a group of villagers who are chosen to perform in the annual passion play.
    • The article also highlights how modernisers hope that the Minster will continue to welcome the plays, with a production staged every ten years - creating a tradition to rival that of the passion play at Oberammergau, in Germany.
    • Second, the film is little more than a modern re-working of the medieval passion play.
    • In all those years they have staged some list of plays: comedy and drama, musicals, pantos, passion plays, nativity plays, and always to a very high standard.
    • The power of the famous medieval passion plays came from making Christian doctrine and history visual and visceral.