Vision of the Twelve Goddesses

"The Vision of the Twelve Goddesses" is an early 17th century masque, written by Samuel Daniel, was originally commissioned by Queen Anne in 1604 in honor of James I ascension to the throne.

Vision of the Twelve Goddesses
A Masque: Presented by the Barony of Carolingia
Saturday, March 17, 2007
10 Am - 6 PM

First Church in Cambridge, 11 Garden Street

The Masque will be performed by Carolingian dancers and directed by Duke Vissevald Selkirkson and Countess Mara Tudora Kolarova

i Sebastiani - The Greatest Commedia dell' Arte Troup in the Entire World will perform an anti-masque.

The Renaissonics will provide our music. They are a professional group which holds a renaissance dance night every Friday. They make wonderful music!

A period buffet will be served before the presentation of the masque: sweets will be served after the masque.

Fee includes site and buffet: $15 per person, $45 family cap. Children under 1 are free.

200 person site capacity 70 reservations gone; please reserve to assure yourself a seat Location:
Barony of Carolingia (Cambridge, Massachusetts)