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‘Last Days’ celebrates 40 years

Jesus, played by Colin Smith, stands beside the servant Malchus, played by Chris Hall, whose “ear” was just cut off by Peter during the arrest at the Garden of Gethsemane scene in City Park. Jesus miraculously heals the ear a few moments later, but to save Hall the trouble, the “ear” is made of scar putty.

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Jesus, played by Colin Smith, stands beside the servant Malchus, played by Chris Hall, whose “ear” was just cut off by Peter during the arrest at the Garden of Gethsemane scene in City Park. Jesus miraculously heals the ear a few moments later, but to save Hall the trouble, the “ear” is made of scar putty.



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Jesus (Colin Smith), right, washes the feet of his disciples as they gather for the Last Supper during practice for the Last Days of Jesus pageant at The Dalles High School. The pageant begins Thursday evening.

Following a somewhat rocky dress-rehearsal, Last Supper director Erich Dorzab told the Last Days of Jesus cast, “even if it’s not in the script, the Holy Spirit will give you the words to say...

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