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.”