Families relive the Life, Passion, Death and Resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ in the Traditional Judea of Tipitapa

This Friday in Dolores, the unique and traditional Judea de Tipitapa was presented in Paseo Xolotlán, in this work under the direction of Mr. Román José Cerpas, 60 young artists of all ages recreated the life, passion and death of Jesús de Nazareth.

The presentation of the work lasted almost three hours, with more than 30 different scenes, it was coordinated by the Good Government through the Mayor's Office of Managua, together with the Mayor's Office of Tipitapa, with the aim of sharing with the family, the faith and the fervor that unites all Nicaraguans in the Semana Mayor.

The Vice Mayor of Managua, Enrique Armas Rosales explained that Judea was broadcast live on all social networks and thanked the cast that gives life to Judea for this religious dramatization, “for us the public servants of the Mayor's Office of Managua it is an honor present in the Paseo Xolotlán the Judea de Tipitapa, a group of young artists highly respected at the national level ”.

"We present this unique and original Judea to bring to our people the life, work, passion, death and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ, this work is represented in 33 scenes by the actors and our Judea is today celebrating 111 years of existence", expressed Román José Cerpas, director of the work.

Cerpas explained that the staff is accompanied by children and adolescents, "in order to make the work more enriching."

La Judea, in addition to being held in Managua, was presented on Palm Sunday in San Isidro, on Holy Monday in San Dionisio and during Holy Week they will also perform in Matagalpa, Mateare, Casares, La Boquita and on Gloria Saturday they will make the presentation. magna in Tipitapa starting at 5 in the afternoon.

Eduardo José Alfaro Navarro, who acts as Jesús de Nazareth, has been doing that role for 17 years in the Judea of Tipitapa.

"For me it is a great pleasure to play the role of Jesús de Nazareth in the unique and original traditional Judea of Tipitapa, for us this is important because we contribute to the generations, so that they can have a love of art and theater", concluded Navarro .

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