Performance FAQs

What have other churches done with "The Centurion's Report"?
Churches all across Canada have hosted live drama presentations of "The Centurion's Report." Easter Sunday presentations are most appropriate, but really the whole season of Lent resounds with the power of this message.

In the past interchurch councils have invited David Kitz to present "The Centurion's Report" for the entire community. Region wide Good Friday services have featured "The Centurion's Report." Whenever the message of the cross is central, the "The Centurion's Report" is appropriate.

How long does a presentation take?
The storyline takes you from the Palm Sunday entry through to Easter Sunday evening. Performance time takes about forty-five minutes from opening scene to closing prayer.

Are there any props or staging requirements?
Yes. A lapel mike is essential. On hand materials will be used for props. More elaborate sets can be prepared, but are not required.

Will the Centurion be in costume?
Yes. It is rented from the National Arts Centre.

Are there any requirements in regard to music?
Yes. Between acts four pieces of music have been selected. Vocalists from within the church community usually perform these numbers. Sound tracks will be provided upon request.

How much does a presentation cost?
This is a faith ministry. A free will offering is sufficient. In some cases, a travel charge may also apply.

What might happen if your church hosted "The Centurion's Report"?
Your people might develop a new appreciation for the cross. The lost may come to Christ. Forgiveness will flow. Communities can be changed through the power of the greatest story ever told.