October 06, 2005

The Creation and the Fall of Lucifer

Thank goodness for Dr. Jerz's notes for this play. I probably could have fought my way through the language, but having the extra information available was a HUGE help.

My favorite part of the play was the representation of the hierarchy of life. "The multi-level platform would have communicated this relationship – although, in this play, nothing actually happens on Earth. All the action is on God’s throne, which is at the top; in heaven, at the next level lower, and in hell, which is lower still – possibly at ground level." To me, it makes sense to visually show the ladder of power, along with describing it.

Posted by KatherineLambert at October 6, 2005 12:26 PM
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Lamb,

You are so right about the graphic representation and the hell mouth. It would be frightening to see these plays performed; one would want to run to church upon the threat of being sent to hell.

Dr. Jerz's descriptions were crucial to visualizing this play.

Posted by: Katie Aikins at October 8, 2005 10:35 PM

Although I'm not Catholic, I really enjoyed Dr. Jerz's description about the art and crucifix of the Catholic faith. He was so knowledgable and it was a huge help in my understanding and visualization of the Corpus Christi plays.

Posted by: Katie :ambert at October 9, 2005 09:56 AM
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