This is a fascinating play that retells the story of Jesus' passion through the eyes of those who were the last of the followers at the cross, and the first at the tomb: women. This play is invaluable for several reasons, the least of which not being that it (some may say at last) brings new light to the women in the Bible. It answers: What were women doing, feeling, thinking while the men were gathered with Jesus in the Upper Room? Who knows perhaps they were gathered in the Lower Room. Prior to publication, this play received over 17 productions including a showing at the Women in Ministry conference at the Southern Baptist Convention which brought it wide acclaim. For over 30 years, this play has reached appreciative audiences with its fresh insights into the biblical accounts of Jesus' ministry, death, and resurrection.