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Renaissance returns: fun, music, food to highlight evening

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Elaine C. Wood

"People are always asking, when are you folks doing the feast again," says Madeline Nyffeler, community theater spokesperson.

The Renaissance Feast, as performed by Castle Valley Community Theater and its sister organization, the Price Vocal Ensemble, is the most often requested performance next to the Messiah. And it is back this year by popular request. Russell Wilson has put together ant ensemble of excellent voices once again this holiday season to perform Christmas music from the Renaissance period.

A five-course meal is served by comely wenches to the accompaniment of all manner of singing, games and merriment. Lord Cory of Ewan and his Lady announce that dining will be Dec. 16 - 18 at Ye Olde Student Center Ballroom on the CEU campus with dinner being served at 7 p.m..

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