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The controversial Oberammergau Passion play—Religion and Ethics Newsweekly (May 26, 2000)
New-age Passion play opens—Jerusalem Post (May 23, 2000)
A German community keeps a tradition—Reuters (May 23, 2000)
Passion play redo cuts anti-Semitism—Rocky Mountain News (May 22, 2000)
Oberammergau Passion play tries to exorcize its anti-Semitic flavor—Los Angeles Times (May 22, 2000)
Updating (and Retouching) an Old Passion play—The New York Times (May 12, 2000)
Celebrating Easter, Yet Respecting Beliefs of Others—The New York Times (Apr. 22, 2000)
Passion runs high | This year's Oberammergau play has been revised to rid it of anti-semitism. But, says Stephen Bates, nobody seems to be satisfied with the changes. What will happen when it opens next month?—The Guardian (Apr. 22, 2000)
Passion play persists in modern times—CNN (Dec. 24, 1999)
Cooling the Passions Over a 17th-Century Play—The New York Times (Dec. 27, 1998).
The preface to James Shapiro's Oberammergau: The troubling story of the world's most famous passion play, is available at The New York Times site.
James Shapiro talks about his book Oberammergau at his publisher's site.
The December 1996 newsletter of the Association of Contemporary Church Historians focused on Oberammergau, and included an eyewitness account of Hitler's visit to the play in 1934.
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