“Living Last Supper” Drama
Date(s) - 24 Mar 2016
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Grace United Methodist Church
“THE LIVING LAST SUPPER”
A service of drama, music and worship By Ernest K. Emurian
The living dramatization of Leonardo da Vinci’s THE LAST SUPPER is a recreation of da Vinci’s world famous painting with 13 characters. Though he excelled as a sculptor, scientist, inventor and engineer, he is remembered today because of two wonderful paintings: THE MONA LISA and THE LAST SUPPER. In 1494, when Leonardo was 42, he was commissioned by the Duke of Milan to decorate the dining room of the convent church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan., which was the favorite shrine of the Duke’s young bride. As an appropriate theme for this dining room, the painter chose THE LAST SUPPER.
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