Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament
Take a field trip to the 11th century
All new educational matinee now playing to engage your students in history!
Have you taken your students to visit a real castle lately? Or to see a magnificent bird of prey fly? Reveled at the amazing feats of horsemanship and pageantry? Or introduced them to the amazing musical sounds of Daniel May? If not, then it’s time to immerse your students in this REAL medieval adventure!
Celebrating 18 action-packed years in Myrtle Beach and 30 years as North American’s largest dinner and theater — it’s a step back in time to an era of glory and honor. Set within the walls of an 11th century style castle, this history lesson is presented by the king and his noble court.
Students are crowned as patrons into one of our six medieval kingdoms, as every historical detail is painstakingly recreated and based upon authentic Spanish history. This amazing production is all curriculum based and is guaranteed to have your students hanging on the edge of their seats for learning!
All the shows are new for the 2013-2014 school year educational matinee pre-show program. Educational Topics will include:
- Knighthood and Heraldry
- Medieval Feasts and Tournaments
- Geography and Social Studies
- Weaponry and Combat
- Elements of Modern Theatre
Students will marvel at the spectacular horsemanship, amazing swordplay, medieval games of skill and an authentic jousting tournament between the six knights of the realm! This high-caliber NEW production also features:
- A dramatic new story line-featuring a new epic plot, premise, antagonist and protagonist!
- Amazing new lighting, dazzling costumes, and intense stunts and battle choreography in exciting scenes and new horse dressage elements
- A brand new musical score created and composed by the world renowned Daniel May.
- Beautiful pageantry and dressage with our world renowned Andalusian stallions
Are you ready to surrender to an age of bravery and honor? GET MEDIEVAL!! Visit our educators’ web portal —with lesson plans, teaching, aids and more at www.educators.medievaltimes.com
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