It’s that time of year again! Our Madrigal Singers are hard at work preparing for the 2016 Boar’s Head Feaste. Our newly reimagined splendid Medieval Feaste and costumed pageant will take place in the Springfield Masonic Temple under candlelight January 21-23rd at 7:30pm, doors open at 7pm & January 24th at 5pm, doors open at 4:30pm. The great hall of an English 15th Century manor will be filled with madrigal singers, mummers, dancers, jesters and medieval and renaissance vocal and instrumental pieces – known as the “Feaste of Epiphany.”
Join the Lord and Lady of the Manor, the Lord of Misrule, our Herald and Madrigal Singers as the trumpet fanfares announce each delectable course of a fine dinner created just for you (included in the ticket price Jan 21-23rd – NO dinner Jan 24th). After dinner is served enjoy the Oxfordshire St. George play, first recorded in 1360 AD at Oxford. Early reservations are encouraged as this event will sell out quickly. Join us and be transported to an earlier time where the sacred and secular intermingled while we celebrate the season with feasting and merriment.
Springfield Civic Theatre is the oldest community theatre organization in Springfield, Ohio. We are now in our 85th year of production. Our mission is to provide Quality Community Theatre to the Springfield and Clark County area of Ohio.