I've seen many variations of the way the Resurrection Re-Enactment is conducted. As we all know, in the cathedral, the lights are turned off and the curtain is closed immediately after the Acts are read. Then "O Nim Nai," "Ya kol asofoof," "The Resurrection Enactment" are prayed, then the lights are turned back on and the curtain opens again. In many churches, I've seen a variety where the lights are turned off only at the end or even the middle of "Ya kol asofoof."
My question is which way is correct? What is the Holy Synod's stance on this issue if it has ever been addressed in one of its annual meetings? Thanks a lot and take care.