Tickets are still on sale for Monday night’s dinner and show. Glenn Ballard, Director of Fine Arts, is proud to bring back this tradition after 12 years.
“An event this special doesn’t happen every year,” Ballard said. “In fact, it was in 2004, when The Brook Hill School Fine Arts Department last presented a Madrigal dinner. This year, we are wiser, more creative, and we are celebrating a truly special occasion– the 20th academic year of our school.”
For entertainment, there will be a king and queen and their royal court to sing songs of the Christmas season, a court jester to keep you in stitches, minstrels, jugglers, dancers, musicians, knights and the king’s own players to perform a fun, medieval play.
“The menu will remind you of a medieval buffet beginning with a ‘wassail toast’ of hot apple cider and featuring Greenberg smoked turkey, a venison stuffing and a medley of roasted vegetables, topped off with freshly-baked loaves of artisan bread,” Ballard said.
This will be a spectacular evening of food, fellowship and entertainment showcasing the amazing students of our fine and performing arts programs. The kick off celebration of Brook Hill’s 20th birthday will be a magical Madrigal dinner on Monday night, December 5, in the Commons. Seating will be open at 6:30 and the program will promptly begin at 7 p.m.
Seating is limited and reservations are required. Tickets range from $25-$40, and you can get them at bhsofa.org or by calling 903.894.5000. Festive holiday attire suggested.