News briefs: South Lake Tahoe births and more
Elias Mavrik Allen was born March 11 to Nicholas and Nicole Allen of Zephyr Cove.
Dakota Danger Bruss was born March 12 to Jon Bruss and Alana Arnall of South Lake Tahoe.
Kassandra Cano was born March 16 to David Cano and Roxanna Prieto of South Lake Tahoe.
Anastasia Barbara Hart Carlen was born March 17 to William and Angela Carlen of South Lake Tahoe.
Adele Astraea Catling was born March 9 to Philip Catling and Shayna Kuba of South Lake Tahoe.
Lauren Genevieve de Laet was born March 1 to Michael and Cynthia de Laet of South Lake Tahoe.
Edward A. Fregoso Torres was born March 12 to Eduardo Fregoso and Maria Torres Salgado of South Lake Tahoe.
Alijah Devin Gutierrez was born March 16 to Edwin Gutierrez Sega and Savana Bustos of South Lake Tahoe.
Theodore Ezra-Jacob House was born March 17 to Noah House and Kiaudra Johnson of South Lake Tahoe.
Hawk Henry Camille Jolin was born March 16 to Zeb Jolin and Laura Thomason of South Lake Tahoe.
Lincoln James Leibel was born March 14 to Jacob Leibel and Chelsea Cathcart of South Lake Tahoe.
Aryanna Mae Speed was born March 18 to Sean Speed and Stephanie Brewer of South Lake Tahoe.
Harper Lynn Spees was born March 13 to Robert Spees and Stephanie Garchie of South Lake Tahoe.
Sylvia Jane Targosz was born March 12 to Wojciech Targosz and Kelsey Potorski of South Lake Tahoe.
LENTEN DRAMATIC PRESENTATION AT ST. THERESA’S
The community is invited to a special Good Friday performance of “The Living Last Words,” a dramatic musical experience commemorating the Seven Last Words of Christ, written by Ruth Elaine Schram, with music direction by Maureen Leonard, and stage direction by Susan Boulanger. This free performance will be presented Friday, March 25, at 6 p.m. at St. Theresa Catholic Church, 1041 Lyons Ave.
In this dramatic and powerful work, beautiful choral music combines with dramatic monologues as Schram imagines the responses of those who were present at the cross as Jesus died. Characters such as a contemptuous soldier; the crucified thief’s sympathetic sister; a scornful priest; the anguished shepherd; the heartbroken disciple searching for answers; and Mary, the grieving mother of Jesus, share how they are impacted by Jesus and the last words he spoke on the cross. Interspersed with moving solo songs and choral music, this dramatic musical experience brings to life the deep meaning of Holy Week.
Schram is a popular composer in commercial and church music.
“Her music is original and melodic,” said Maureen Leonard, St. Theresa’s music director.
For more information, call the parish at 530-544-3533.
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