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A Play in Verse by John Masefield. Presented by the BIRMINGHAM COMMUNITY
PLAYERS. Characters :
Pontius Pilate (Procurator of Judea).
Procula (His Wife).
Longinus (a Centurion).
A Jew (Leader of the Rabble). A Madman.
A Sentry.
Joseph of Ramah. Herod.
Soldiers, Servants, the Jewish
Rabble, Loiterers and Idlers.
Mind Picture : The Scene is laid in the paved Court outside the Roman Citadel in Jerusalem.
At the back is the barrack wall, pierced in the centre by a double bronze door; beyond is the deep blue of the sky. On either side are the battlemented parapets overlooking the City. The Citadel is placed on a hill above the Town, and in front of the Court are narrow stone stair-cases leading to the streets below.


Unknown: John Masefield.
Unknown: Pontius Pilate

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