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The former mayor of Roccamorice, Donato Di Matteo.
The new Priest of San Donato Church in Roccamorice, Don Daniele DiSipio.
The performers playing S. Antonio, the monks who accompany him, and the devils who torment him enter through the dining room crowded with enthusiastic onlookers.
Three of the devils entering the room; the first is Tomasso Conte.
Pietro Menna enters, playing the part of San Antonio Abate.
S. Antonio with his monks, and beside them the tambourine and accordian players.
A devil and a female devil, 'la donzella,' (played by a man) taunt S. Antonio.
The angel provides S. Antonio with a sword to fight the devils.
S. Antonio vanquishes one of the devils, played by Giuseppe Di Millo (nickname: ciclist).
Roccolani members of the comedy play performed after the orazione, taking a bow after their performance. Left to right: Anna Paola D'Alfonzo, Nicoletta Menna, Matteo DiPasquale, Bruno Palumbo, Silvana DiClemente and Pietro Menna. Maria Dalimonte is the woman in the background who directed the play.
Anna Paola D'Alfonzo, Silvana Di Clemente and Pietro Menna of Roccamorice, performing a comedy play after the orazione.
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