Reed-Custer High School 16th Annual Madrigal Dinner
A Madrigal Dinner is a modern-day recreation of the Renaissance feasts held in the great baronial halls throughout England during Christmastime. The royal court would provide entertainment, including a king and queen, joined by court jester, wandering minstrels, brass ensembles and itinerant actors. The ambience of the evening is one of warmth, laughter, love, and joy. Everything is in character during the feast. All performers are dressed in period costumes, authentic music is performed, and there is liberal use of old English by everyone from the servants to the king.
The Reed-Custer High School Madrigal Dinner will feature two performances:
Saturday, December 2, 2017 at 6:00 PM
Sunday, December 3, 2017 at 4:00 PM
Dinner will include Wassail, Cornish Hen, Stuffing, Glazed Carrots, Coffee, and Fygey Pudding.