Theo nguồn tin của Richmond Nativity Pageant:
The Richmond Nativity Pageant is Coming up!
MARK YOUR CALENDARS!
The Richmond Community Nativity Pageant, which is performed each Christmas season at the Carillon in Byrd
Park, is probably the oldest public Christmas tradition in Richmond.
The “Nativity” is a live presentation out of doors with a cast and choir of approximately 300 to 500 persons, which includes many family members, some of whom have been in the annual pageant thirty, forty, and some ﬁfty years!
Douglass Southhall Freeman was the original narrator. This interdenominational Christmas event draws
persons in attendance not only from the Richmond Metro area, but also from across Virginia. In recent years, 3,000 to 5,000 people have attended to witness this moving and inspirational 30-minute production.
Several years ago, when a young member of the pageant cast was asked why he traveled from the west coast of the United States each Christmas to be in the “Nativity”, he said “It wouldn’t be Christmas without the
Richmond Nativity Pageant.”
Anyone can participate. Adults and children (age 4 and up). The pageant especially needs choir members!
What: The Richmond Nativity Pageant
When: December 23rd at 7pm
Where: Carillon in Byrd Park
Cost:! ! Free to everyone
Info:! ! www.richmondnativity.com
For more information or to join the cast, crew or choir please contact
Paige Quilter, Pageant Director