The Easter Play

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Wednesday, 17 July 2013

Every Easter our church stages an elaborate pageant. Last year the man who played Pontius Pilate had to work on the night of the dress rehearsal, and a chorus member substituted for him. As we began rehearsing Pilate's solo, the conductor stopped the orchestra. "Pilate, I don't hear you," he called out. "You're not loud enough."

"Pilate is at work," a voice on the stage shouted back. "We've got our co-Pilate tonight."

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