Relive the Last Supper at this free event.
Three Performances: March 27th, 28th and 29th at 6:00 PM

Around the year 1495 Leonardo da Vinci was commissioned to paint the walls at Santa Maria del Grazie in Milan, Italy. There he painted one of the most famous works of art of all time—the Last Supper. It is said to depict the moment immediately following Christ’s dramatic announcement to his disciples… “one of you will betray Me…”

Some have said that pictures can speak a thousand words. If that is the case, what might we hear if we choose to listen?

Encounter the twelve men that were chosen to walk with Jesus. In this live dramatic portrayal of the Living Last Supper, you will hear from each of them, discover their experiences, relive the betrayal of one, and unearth the truths they learned. Their testimonies date back centuries, but serve as timeless lessons for today.

This drama is suitable for all ages. 
Seating is limited.  Reserve your FREE TICKETS by clicking the picture or HERE

Doors open at 5:30PM and the Performance Begins promptly at 6:00PM