Passion in one]). One of the most common plays

Passion plays in the medieval time periods were extremely
important towards theatre arts and modern day performing. The passion plays
that were performed in a location called Oberammergau in the Bavarian Alps,
survived into the 20th century. The plays of the Christ crucifixion reenactment,
and the reenactments of the raising Lazarus, the last supper, Mary Magdalene’s
life and repentance were played every ten years since 1634 and quite often in
medieval time periods, according to tradition. Satan was commonly featured to
German and Czech plays, the fall of Lucifer and the fall of man were
introductory representations of these types of plays performed and the Czech by
the Germans, and these scenes  are from the
Old Testament and from the last judgment which were led to the cyclic plays
development which were similar to the Corpus Christi cycle. During the years of
World War 2 (1939-1945), and the year of the Franco-Prussian War (1870) passion
plays were banned. It only remained at an entirely local production, with
peasants and local villagers taking every single part as well as singing the
chorus. Roofed seats has protected the audience from the rain and the other bad
weather since 1930. During Lent and the Holy week in northern Spain, a Catalan
Passion pay every five years is given by the Dutch poet Jacques Scheurs. In
1860 some Jewish organizations and some villagers have protested anti-Semitic
overtones. Most of these plays mostly kicked off with the coming of the lord in
the holy spirit, a lot of passion plays have many reenactments of the holy
trinity (god the sun, god the father, god the holy spirit three in one). One
of the most common plays that involved Jesus (god the son), were the reenactments
of jesus and his twelve disciples in Israel (a the saw of Galilee, death of
Judas one of Jesus’ disciples, the resurrection of Christ, and the 11 remaining
disciples watching it occur.