The madrigal dinner is a form of dinner theater set in the Middle
Ages with traditional Christmas Carols, Medieval and Renaissance
songs—as well as comedic skits—performed between courses.
Performances begin at 6:30 p.m. on Nov. 20 and 21. Dinner will be
Dinner for the evening shows will include: tossed salad
with French or ranch dressing, roast pork medallions with sauce,
green beans with bacon, cheesy mashed potatoes, rolls with butter,
tea, coffee, wassail and mini cupcakes and cookies for dessert.
The Nov. 23 matinee begins at 2:30 p.m. and only includes dessert.
For ticket prices
see the ad
in Lincoln Daily News. Tickets must be purchased in
advance due to limited seating.
Tickets may be purchased from any LCHS choir member or from choir
director Kim Peterson-Quinn. Call 732-4131, ext. 515 or email at
Doors open 30 minutes before each show.
Cast members (and their roles) include:
Kieran Foster (jester),
Elizabeth Tripplett (head wench),
Dustin Robertson (king),
Emily Maaks (queen),
Alysa Cox (princess),
Elijah Chapman (prince),
Preston Brooks (Sir Cad),
Steven Schleich (court musician)
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Special features are:
The Bell and the Lantern with Emma Nobbe; Madrigal
Manners with: Kathryn Nobbe, Erin Shull, Melissa Harvey, Mya
Roberts and Bailey Mitchell;
Get Ye Home Pauper John with: Braden Tanner, Madison
Frederick, Colton Clark, Paul Farmer, Logan Keysear, Kylee
Foster, Claire Conrady, and Sydney Marshall;
Morgana’s Masquerade with: Desiree Theobald, Anna
Spaulding, Alissa Harvey, Rachel Meador, Lena Stapleton, Izzy
Robbins, and Shelby Harrison.
They will be joined by the LCHS Mixed and Girls’ Choirs, David
Swaar, the instrumental music director, and Julie Kasa, the