Ye Olde Valentine Madrigal Feaste

Jan. 19, 2014

Hear Ye, Hear Ye! Looking for a great Valentine’s Date destination? How about traveling back a few hundred years to Merry Old England as the Brookfield Central Choir and Theater Departments Present “Ye Olde Valentine Madrigal Feaste”.

Join us for a professionally catered meal of Salad, Roast Pork, Red Potatoes, Vegetables and Dessert accompanied by medieval music and mayhem as we transform the Black Box Theater into the interior of a castle. The original dinner/theater experience is sure to entertain as the King and his royal court search for an appropriate suitor to marry the princess.

Gorgeous costumes, sets, music and an evil witch to add some drama to the festivities await you. All performances are in the Black Box Theater.

Dates and times are as follows:

Friday, Feb. 21st at 6pm

Saturday, Feb 22nd at 6pm

Sunday, Feb. 23rd at 1pm

Tickets are $37.50 for the dinner and performance and a vegetarian option is available.

Order tickets online at:

http://www.seatyourself.biz/brookfieldcentral

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