Tetelestai returns to the Heights March 19-21

Tetelestai—a contemporary musical portrayal of the trial, execution and Resurrection of Jesus the Messiah—is returning to the Heights area after a 15-year absence.  

Gesu Parish in University Heights will host Tetelestai on March 19 at 8 p.m., March 20 at 8 p.m., and March 21 at 3 p.m. in Gesu Church at 2470 Miramar Boulevard.

A volunteer cast and crew of approximately 120 persons gives 27 “prayerformances” throughout the Lenten season. It has been doing so for the last 34 years. This is more than a mere response to the Christian rock phenomenon. It promises to make Lenten observances that much more memorable.

Admission is free, and seating is open. Donations are welcome. To volunteer to help with publicity, hospitality, or greeters, contact Carole Kealy at 216-838-7290 or John Power 216-291-5116. For more information, visit www.tetelestai-cpam.org.

Mary Patton is a public relations consultant and University Heights resident.

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