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The Last Supper Gets a Living Revamp! Meet the Apostles Bringing Da Vinci's Masterpiece to Life in Orange County

Forget the dusty history books and prepare for a vibrant musical experience unlike any other! This Easter season, Orange County's Rose Center Theater in Westminster, CA is thrilled to present a one-night-only production of The Living Lord's Supper. This isn't your average play, folks. This is a powerful dramatization of Leonardo da Vinci's iconic painting, infused with the electrifying power of musical theater.


Director and Musical Director Tim Nelson spills the tea, sharing, "We're taking audiences on an intimate journey into the hearts and minds of the apostles. The moment Jesus utters those earth-shattering words, 'One of you will betray me,' the stage explodes with emotion. It's raw, it's real, and it's sure to leave you breathless."



Prepare to be captivated by a stellar cast breathing life into these timeless characters. We've got Vincent Aniceto channeling the inquisitive Phillip, while the enigmatic Garrett Brown takes on the mantle of Jesus himself. Witness the unwavering faith of Chris Caputo as Matthew, balanced by the fierce loyalty of Kristin Caputo as Thaddeus. But is everyone who they seem? Erik Duane brings a chilling intensity to Judas, while the remaining apostles – Andrew (Randall Goddard), Simon (Scott Juhl), Peter (Charles Mariano), Thomas (Jessie Reitz), James the Lesser (Cat Valentine), Bartholomew (Sharon Selig), James (Cliff Senior), and John (Raymond Tezanos) – grapple with doubt, confusion, and unwavering love in the face of betrayal.


This isn't just a musical, it's an experience. Witness the iconic painting come alive with stunning visuals and a captivating score. The Living Lord's Supper is the perfect way to kick off your Easter celebrations or simply enjoy a powerful night of theater suitable for the whole family.


Don't miss your chance to witness this unique take on a timeless story! Grab your tickets for the one-night-only performance on Wednesday, March 27th, 2024 at 6:30 PM or 8:30 PM. With a runtime of just one hour, it's the perfect addition to your busy Holy Week schedule.


Last year's production nearly sold out, so don't wait!




Keywords: Musical, Easter, Broadway Orange County, Plays, Theater, Live Events, Family, Easter Sunday, Holy Week

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