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Choreography: Janna Cressman, Tanya Price, Lillian Tarvudd, Michelle Renaud, Jared Bargen
Artist: Cory Alstad
Biblical Reference: Romans 3:22-24; Ephesians 1:7; Colossians 1:14
Redemption is a six and a half-minute drama that portrays different sets of characters, and their interactions with Jesus in different scenarios. A set of four characters begin the drama with black scarves that represent sin, and in a series of harsh arm movements that represent the focus they have on themselves and their own needs. Jesus then enters into a time of ministry where he meets another set of characters in their own individual circumstances. He gives a woman living water, brings joy to someone who is weeping, heals a woman from sickness, and gives a deaf person the ability to hear. Another set of characters enter into a march of rebellion. They whip, crucify, and mock Jesus on the cross. After Jesus dies, the characters realize what they have done and lay their scarves on him in repentance. Jesus is raised from the dead and removes the scarves from his body, representing his payment for our sins and his removal of the shroud of death and the grave. He goes to each character and restores a relationship with them. Each character ends the drama in a pose of worship.