Great Hall Escape (Middle Ages drama)

Rebecca Locklear
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9th - 12th, Homeschool
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This drama skit is perfect when studying the Middle Ages.

Summary: In these two-scenes, the court jester is no fool. Nor are two knights who serve Duke William of Normandy, France. How do they manage to escape a death plot?

Setting: 1045, Normandy

Type: Historical fiction

Cast: 4 plus others

Performance Time: 6-8 minutes

Grades 9-12 or adults - 7 pages

Used in choral-drama concerts, history-drama performances, or at Middle Ages events – to great acclaim! (I've used this skit many times.)

Teachers are saying...

“As always, the show was delightful with the drama performances expertly done. What an enjoyable way to learn about history!" Mary, concert-goer

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