Great Hall Escape (Middle Ages drama)
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?
: 1045, Normandy
: Historical fiction
: 4 plus others
: 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.)
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