Organizers say $7,500 is needed to satisfy the bank and it's seeking donations up until the last second.
The Northwest Arkansas attraction has fallen on financial hard times.
According to Randall Christy, president of the Gospel Station Network, the group spearheading the effort to save the play, they are $50,000 toward their goal of $75,000.
If they are able to stop the foreclosure, Christy says the season will begin in May without missing a beat.
The Gospel Station Network is based in Ada, Oklahoma. Its website says they've partnered with the Passion Play for this drive in an effort to save the play for "our children and grandchildren."
The Passion Play production dates back to 1968.