Holy Rosary Catholic School, under the direction of Mrs. Laura Champagne, will present a production of The Passion of Our Lord, on Tuesday, March 22 at 2:00 p.m. and again for the public at 6:30 p.m. at Our Lady of the Rosary Church in Larose.
HRCS upper grade students will depict the last days of Jesus, His crucifixion and His resurrection.
Narrating the performances will be Ivy Robichaux and Grant Rebstock.
Playing the part of Jesus, the leading role, will be Isaac Callais; Michael Guidry, Jr. will portray Pilate; while disciples will include Sebastian Vegas, Noah Callais, John Hickman, Brenden Friel, Kadon Chabert, Garon Guidry, Alex Pierce and Brandon Ledet.
Drake Gisclair will play John. Judas will be played by Nicholas Martin, and Peter will be played by Ben Robichaux. Caiaphas will be played by Jonah Chiasson.
Emma Hebert will portray Mary, Jesus' mother. Veronica will be played by Madelin Arabie. Mary Magdalene will be played by Lauren Thomassie.
Barabbas will be portrayed by Luke Callais.
Major guards are Nathan Naquin and Dante’ Torres. Thieves will be portrayed by Blake Broussard and Kayd Orgeron. Included in the crowd are Sabryn Richoux, Nicole Eymard, Asia Dardar, Isabella Foret and Mia Torres. The Angels are Caroline Gros and Hailey Thibodeaux.
Make-up artists include Amy Gisclair, Kayla Chabert and Mona Vegas.
The HRCS choir, under the direction of Carolyn Guidry with musicians Wanda Curole and Mona Vegas, accompany the play. Choir members are Alaina Ashmun, Abbi Collins, Carmen Duet, Jaelynn Eymard, Launnah Fullilove, Logan Williams, Melania Angelette, Cameron Badeaux, Brenna Brady, Karoline Cheramie, Addison Curole, Nadia Duet, Lennon Gisclair, Jenna Guidry, Scott Guidry, Kollin Kern, Carter Theriot, Logan Torbert and Adamduc Tran.
The finale’ song will be directed by Jerri Robichaux.
During this Lenten Season we are called to reflect on the life of our Lord, His death and His glorious resurrection. Many students of Holy Rosary Catholic School have made a tremendous effort in this production, you are encouraged to attend.
Donations for this year’s Passion Play will be used to assist in purchasing updated religion books and religious curriculum to be used in all grades.
Posted on Fri, March 18, 2016
by The Lafourche Gazette