The Second Shepherds' Play: Richly Comic Medieval Nativity Play at the Folger
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The last date listed for The Second Shepherds' Play was Thursday December 27, 2007 / 2:00pm.
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<p>Directed by Mary Hall Surface</p>
<p>A rich blend of music and theater, the earthly and the divine, The Second Shepherds' Play is an engaging mystery play in the medieval English drama tradition. Join the shepherds as they watch their flocks on a dark and stormy Christmas Eve, telling the story from their candid and often funny perspective. This charming holiday tale captures both the rustic life of the peasantry and the marvel of the Nativity. Musicians and actors center the production in its origins with medieval dances and sacred tunes.</p>
<p>The program of seasonal selections will include English music from the 14th through 16th centuries. </p>
There is no Rose of Such Virtue
Angelus ad virginem/Gabriel fram heven-king
Sweet was the song the Virgin sung
Dives and Lazarus</p>
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