Worship at the Church of Our Saviour, where I go on Sundays, looks like this:
So I was amused to see this 1990 article from the New York Times:
The Church of Our Saviour is also presenting an unusual, fully costumed dance performance on Good Friday at 3 P.M. Joseph Alexander will perform Marcel Dupre’s difficult organ setting of the Stations of the Cross, and members of the Players Project will perform the choreography created for the work by Anna Sokolow.
That would never fly these days! At three o’clock on Good Friday, we hold the Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion. Our Stations are a bit after five and are traditional.