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'Man on a Donkey' by Graham Trasler - songs and additional information.


'Man on a Donkey' by Graham Trasler
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Songs
The following songs are suggestions; other songs may be used at the discretion of the production. Performance rights for the script do not include rights for songs.
Song #Song
1Psalm 43 (Gelineau)
2Roman Soldiers Marching (Music: David McCarthy. Lyrics: Fred Pratt Green)
3Psalm 23 (Gelineau)
4Sing Hosanna (Music: Traditional. Lurics: Liz Trasler )
5I Cannot Come: (Miriam Therese Winter)
6Judas And Mary (Sydney Carter)
7Where Shall We Get Ready? (John Tearnan)
8Let All Mortal Flesh (Translated G Moultrie)
9When Jesus Went Out To Gethsemane's Bower (Ian Masson Fraser)
10Jesus In The Garden (Music: David Evans. Lyrics: John Tearnan)
11Bitter Was The Night (Sydney Carter)
12Crucify That Man (Geoffrey Ainger. Arrangement: Paul Abels)
13Roman Soldiers Marching - Reprise (Music: David McCarthy. Lyrics: Fred Pratt Green)
14The Drums Of Calvary (Estelle White)
15The Cross Was His Own (Tune: Peter D Smith. Text: Anon)
16Were You There? (Negro Spiritual Adapted: Peter D Smith)
17My Song Is Love Unknown (Music: John Ireland. Lyrics: Samuel Crossman (1624-83))
Period and Geography
Location: Middle East. Time Period: Ancient
Settings and Set Complexity
Number of Sets: 9
Setting: Dining Room, Garden, A Room and 'Other Location'
Set Requirements: Furniture Only
The script includes characters in the following age range(s):
Unspecified ages
 Language Advisory:Help
We have not identified any instances of bad language in the text.
(However we are not omniscient. We therefore invite you to read the text on-line.)
In addition to the text, the "Producer's Copy" of the Script includes the following:
A list of the required properties
A list of the suggested songs
Miscellaneous notes from the author
Style:
A passion play with the action interspersed with song suggestions.
(Originally created for a church production, but could, of course, be used elsewhere.)
Synopsis:
The Easter story, from the entry of Jesus into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday through betrayal, arrest and trial to crucifixion.

 
 

 
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