The Sacred performance of Rionero in Vulture

The cycle of ceremonies of Lucanian Sacred Performances concludes with the Passion of Christ of Rionero in Vulture. The costumes reflect the historical context in which Jesus lived, taking close account of the reading of the Sacred Scriptures. On Holy Saturday, the main figures parade, reprising the human story of Jesus, starting with Palm Sunday and his triumphant arrival in Jerusalem, ending with his Crucifixion between the two thieves. Featuring amongst the 180 characters are the Madonna of the Sorrows and St. John, Mary Magdalene and the Pious Women, followed by Joseph of Arimathea and Nicodemus, representatives of the Sanhedrin.
Where: Rionero in Vulture (PZ)