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The Ball!





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P&P the Musical Music by Spare Parts Hosts Claire and Sandy Beautiful Guests Music by Spare Parts
Host Kandie Carle The Minuet A Scottish Reel The Minuet The Last Waltz
Tableaux: Mr. Knightley was Not pleased Tableaux: Frank Churchill Tableaux: Harriet Tells Emma Tableaux: Take a Bow Thanks Kandie and Marc!


The Jane Austen Society of North America
Connecticut Chapter Presents

An Evening Assembly Circa 1805

Chester Meeting House, Chester CT
Saturday, March 9, 2002
Precepted by Mr. Marc Casslar and Mrs. Kandie Carle


Introductions

Performance of the Congo Minuet
Mrs. Kandie Carle & Mr. Marc Casslar

Parcipitatory Dance - Childgrove*


Tableaux Vivant

Scene One: Jane Austen's Emma

"I Triumph, I Triumph"
by Giacomo Carissimi, sung by Mr. W. Robert Chapman

Sonata in F major for Flute and Piano
by Georg Philipp Teleman - Spare Parts

Participatory Dance - Knole Park

Refreshments

Performance by cast members of Pride and Prejudice the Musical

By Joyce Back and Marilyn Lowney

Performance of the Scotch Reel
Mrs. Kandie Carle & Mr. Marc Casslar

Participatory Dance - The Duke of Kent's Waltz*


Tableaux Vivant
Scene Two: Jane Austen's Emma

The Song of the Flea
By Ludwig van Beethovan, sung by Mr. W. Robert Chapman

Medley of 18th Century Dance Tunes
Spare Parts

Participatory Dance - La Boulangerie

Tableaux Vivant

Scene Three: Jane Austen's Emma

Closing Remarks

Visit St. Leonard's Hospice to purchase "The Pride and Prejudice Collection"
a collection of Regency era country dances by the Pemberley Players.
CD tunes are fully "orchestrated"