St. Paul Church to present ‘Two Crowns’ Easter pageant

St. Paul Church at 6901 Dixie Highway, is known for presenting elaborate and entertaining pageants during various holiday seasons, and this year the parish will again present a special Lenten event.

The St. Paul Concert Choir and about 25 members of the Louisville Orchestra will present “Two Crowns,” what Anthony Ransom, director of music at the parish, called a “musical, dramatic Passion play telling the story of Christ’s Passion, death and Resurrection.”

“We’ll have a choir with about 40 members,” Ransom said in a recent telephone interview. “Last year’s Easter program was such a huge success that we’ve expanding this year’s production to two showings.”

“Two Crowns” will be presented at 7 p.m. on April 13 and 14 at the church. The event is a “non-ticketed, free event” Ransom noted, “so seating will be on a first come, first served basis.”
There will be a good-will offering collected, he said, adding that “we’re really excited for people to come and join with our church cast of more than 100 people to here Christ’s story.”

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