A monologue telling the Easter story through the eyes of Pontius Pilate. Other than the Bible, it is based on various sources both modern and contemporary. It introduces elements of Pilate’s private life, deduced from old records, found in a monastery in Bruges and is now in the Vatican library. These ancient records written in Latin are believed to be the letters of Claudia Procula, the wife of Pontius Pilate, and detail the events of this period. They help to paint a picture of the dilemma faced by Pontius Pilate.