A sequel to Christ in the Concrete City
, called the most significant passion play of our time. Like its highly regarded predecessor, this easy to stage work is as much a dramatic meditation as a play. It attempts to put into visual form the mystery that is at the heart of the Gospels: How can the life and death of an obscure carpenter two thousand years ago in an odd corner of the Roman Empire be relevant to our lives now?
This is a very compact play, dense with meaning. Every word matters. It can be performed in a great variety of ways and settings from a reading in the context of worship to a conventional stage. From the pen of the most popular Christian playwright in the English speaking world.