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This article is written like a personal reflection or opinion essay that states a Wikipedia editor’s personal feelings about a topic. This article is about a type of dramatic presentation play school wikipedia the suffering of Jesus Christ. For the theatrical re-enactment of tragedies in Golgotha and outside the gates of Jerusalem, see Ta’zieh.

Crucifixion scene during the 2010 production of the Passion Play The Promise: The Power of His Love in Fond du Lac, WI. Passion of Jesus Christ: his trial, suffering and death. The development of the Passion Play was about the same as that of the Easter Drama. Yet even this oldest of the Passion Plays already shows a tendency to break away from the ritual and to adopt a more dramatic form. Egypt performed Passion plays in Abydos that honoured Osiris.

The knowledge of this play comes from a papyrus account written by Ikhernofret, a performer of the 19th century. The Passion plays in Abydos is about the resurrection of Osiris. The plays are a similar genre but the storylines are different. In the case of the Egyptian “Passion” the central figure was the legendary king-divinity, Osiris. According to the historical legend, Osiris ruled wisely. He was treacherously murdered and his body was cut in pieces and scattered. His wife, Isis, and his son, avenged his murder, gathered up the pieces of his body for pilgrimage relics, won back his throne and established the cult of Osiris-worship.

The acting of those days must certainly have been quite as realistic as that of any modern stage, for later Greek historians tell us that many actor-warriors died of the wounds received in the “sham” battles between the enemies of Osiris and the forces led by his son, Ap-uat. The play closes with the resurrection of Osiris as a god and the foreshadowing to all the faithful of their own final resurrection. The world’s earliest report of a dramatic production comes from the banks of the Nile. Egyptian king, of the parts he played in a performance of the world’s first recorded “Passion” Play somewhere around the year 2000 B.