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Penn Center presents live nativity scene

Historic Penn Center presented its annual Nativity Scene on Sunday, Dec. 16, in the Frissell Community House. According to Penn’s website, the play was originally called Penn School’s Mystery Play and performed at the center’s Darrah Hall. The play ran uninterrupted from 1916 to 1953. The current adaptation was the creation of the late Agnes C. Sherman, who coordinated the production from 1971 through 1997.

Photo above: The Live Nativity Scene complete with Mary and Joseph, the Three Wise Men, angels, a few cardboard barn animals and shepherds keeping watch, hold as still as possible during the annual production of Penn Centerís Live Nativity Scene on Sunday at Pennís Frissell Community Center. Photos by Bob Sofaly.

Some of The Seven Joys of Mary sing and make announcement of Jesus’ birth during the annual production of Penn Center’s Live Nativity Scene on Sunday night on St. Helena Island.

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