Many people from all over the world, Christian believers, believers from other world religions and non-believers come to The Life of Christ, The Passion of Jesus and The Nativity productions. Wintershall advertises the productions locally and nationally because they would like as many people as possible to come to the productions to ‘experience the story’.
Feedback has been gathered from teachers, pupils, families, community groups and individuals about their experience and this serves as useful evidence for how biblical drama impacts their lives.
How effective is this artform in communicating the Gospel?
What impact is it having on people, both audience members and those involved in the production?
Activity 3a: LOOK at the feedback online here
Choose some statements from audience members which best explain how people are being impacted.
Activity 3b: Explore interviews and social media from Wintershall productions. People who are impacted by seeing the production or participating in it, describe their experience to others and encourage them to book tickets. Christian journalists for example those responsible for the religious columns in national newspapers write articles about the productions.
These can be accessed from the following sources:
A school visit to The Life of Christ Production is possible See more information here.