In 1634 the villagers of a small community in the Tyrol vowed to God that if they were spared from a plague pandemic, they would perform, every ten years and forever, a public dramatic version of the events of Jesus' final days and Resurrection, by way of thanking Him for His intervention. The performances have been regularly staged ever since on that basis, except during World War 2, and with extra runs to mark significant anniversaries of the vow. What is the performance usually known as in English?
The Sound of Music
The Oberammergau Passion Play
Silent Night on the Mount of Olives
The Conqueror of Death