Canadian Badlands Passion Play, The

Canadian Badlands Passion Play, The
Canadian Badlands Passion Play, The

Canadian Badlands Passion Play, The

More than 500 people put on this annual depiction of the story of Jesus Christ

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Grand spectacle

Deep in the Canadian Badlands, a location famous for its prehistoric attractions, lies a hidden valley where the events of a not-so-distant past echo, a place where ancient Israel is reborn and you can experience, “the greatest story ever told.” 200 performers in full costumes and a volunteer army of 300 are led by a dedicated group of designers, directors, composers, carpenters and stage managers. Together they produce a grand spectacle, one worthy to be called, “the greatest story ever told.” The 14,000 who come each July are moved to laughter and tears by the dramatic portrayal of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Why Go

Deep in the Canadian Badlands, a location famous for its prehistoric attractions, lies a hidden valley where the events of a not-so-distant past echo, a place where ancient Israel is reborn and you can experience, “the greatest story ever told.” 200 performers in full costumes and a volunteer army of 300 are led by a dedicated group of designers, directors, composers, carpenters and stage managers. Together they produce a grand spectacle, one worthy to be called, “the greatest story ever told.”

What's Great

The 14,000 people who attend the show each July are moved to laughter and tears by the dramatic portrayal of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. This is a very unique performance thanks to the outdoor setting that immerses the audience in the performance they witness.

Local Tip:

We suggest you prepare for hot, cold, wet, and dry conditions: bring a hat, blanket, jacket, sunglasses, water, insect repellent, and rainwear with a hood.
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