Lady Trent’s Soirée (drama, music, dance)

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Rebecca Locklear
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8th - 12th, Homeschool
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For Choral or Drama Teachers

Lady’s Trent’s Soirée is a scene designed to give students and audiences an idea of what entertainment was like during the early 1800s when evening events and dances in homes were a primary way for men to meet women.

  • Included are 3 great songs (worth the price of this resource), 2 poems, and dance music.
  • Perfect when studying the early 1800s!

Summary: Set in 1820, Lady Trent hosts an evening soirée. Who performs when the guest soprano cannot attend? How do gentlemen meet ladies?

Type: Fiction. Based on the times.

Time: c. 1820s, England

Grades: 8-12

Cast: 9 plus

Performance Time: 20 minutes

Teachers and parents are saying...

✎“Perfect for a choral director who wants a set in their concert that focuses on the early 1800s. There’s choral, solos, readings, and dance. Actually, I would have paid more to just get the three unusual but fabulous songs –Swedish folk, NE England folk, 1700s English.” - Amazon customer


Rebecca Locklear


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