Selda Senakulo concluded with us, the audience together with the cast and the crew light each other's candles to place them beneath the crosses of Christ and the two criminals. In one single instance, the line drawing who was an audience and who was a performer was erased. In one single instance those who were “free” and those deprived of liberty mingled, as guests and inmates performed together whether in ritual or in theater. That was a most fitting ending.
Beyond that, was Selda Senakulo another of your usual holy week life of Christ story? and did it stand out just because it was staged inside a prison and acted out by inmates?