In the past, our parish has organised the Reading of the Passion on Palm Sunday and Good Friday so that the priest reads Jesus and two different lay readers read the narrator and 'other' parts, with the congregation being the crowd. This is clearly authorised and I don't have a problem with it (I'm glad they do it like this - I've heard of some parishes which don't).
They have scheduled to do this again this year, with the difference being that we now have 4 priests and a deacon resident which we didn't before.
It's probably fine for the Palm Sunday readings, where there'll only be one priest at each Mass, but is it correct for Good Friday? It seems odd to me (I have been asked to be the Narrator) to stand at the lecturn and read the gospel whilst 4 ordained ministers are standing behind me doing nothing. I can't find any documentation which covers this as the instructions seem to envisage only one priest being present. Would it not be better for the deacon and two of the priests each to read one of the parts, or is that wrong?