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Stations of the Cross Event
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Date/Time
Tuesday, April 15th 2014 - 7:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Location
Marian Auditorium

Mount Marty College Theatre will present the 3rd Annual STATIONS OF THE CROSS event on Tuesday, April 15. This year’s Holy Week event will include a sung prayer of the CHAPLET OF DIVINE MERCY to accompany the tableaus of the fourteen stations. The event runs from 7:30 – 8:00 p.m. in Marian Auditorium and is free and open to the public.

Students participating in the event include: Ellen Hanson, Leacadia Christensen, Billy Danner, Vanessa Rockne, Jacob Fokken, Johanna Scheich, Christopher Hoffmann, Kirsti Skuza, Catherine Pratt, Rachel Shippy, Adan Garcia-Marquez, Ricardo Marroquin, Abby Turner, Kelsey Abbey, Kristen Shanahan, Mychal Bierwagen, Luke Loecker, Stacey Schleich, Katie Adam, Mitchell Newhouse, Maddie Henrickson, Gretta Hans, Kelsey Thurey, Jenna Gieken and Robbie Neswick.

Directed by Andy Henrickson, Scenic/Lighting Design by James Hovland, Costumes by Dawn Ferris, and Piano Accompaniment by Teresa Henrickson.

For more information, please contact Andy Henrickson, Director of Theatre at 605-668-1495.

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