The Senakulo (from the Spanish cenaculo) is a Lenten play that depicts events from the Old and New Testaments related to the life, sufferings, and death of Christ. The senakulo is traditionally performed on a proscenium-type stage with painted cloth or paper backdrops that are called telon. It takes at least eight nights – from Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday – to present the play. Christ is presented traditionally as meek and masochistic, submitting lamblike to his fate in obedience to authority.
Hello! How are you all doing? Since the start of the Lenten Season this week, I have been offline and would only sneak on my social media accounts and check on my emails through my phone. Lenten Season in our town is a busy holy week for all.
People from other towns and even provinces would normally visit our place just to watch Senakulo and Penitensya.