"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
Barony of Carolingia (Cambridge, Massachusetts)