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Virtual Victorian Tea

Saturday, February 27 12pm – 1:15pm

You are cordially invited to an audience with The Queen – Queen Victoria that is. As a guest to our Virtual Victorian Tea you’ll enjoy relaxing at home, hopefully with a nice “cuppa” tea and some traditional teatime refreshments, to play along with a lively round of Victorian trivia before we introduce Her Majesty who will grace the audience with a brief address. The Queen will also permit attendees the rare opportunity to ask a few questions.

We’re also providing you the opportunity to prepare your own Victorian inspired tea time menu to enjoy along with this event via some suggestions below and recipes.

“Your Afternoon Tea Guide” complete with suggestions for planning your own traditional tea including recipes and menu suggestions will be sent to registered attendees. 

To register, click below to pay. Following check-out, you’ll be prompted to register for the Zoom meeting. After completing registration, you should receive an email with information on how to log-in to the meeting.

If you have any questions please contact us at education@mariettacastle.org.

*Please note: This will be a Zoom meeting, which gives you the option to have your camera on and to turn off and on your audio. These options will be moderated.

*This meeting may be recorded for future use

Virtual Victorian Tea $10

Portraying Queen Victoria: Amy Liebert is a California transplant to Kentucky who has portrayed Queen Victoria in several venues over the last decade. She first performed the role at the Great Dickens Christmas Fair in San Francisco, and reprised it in 2019 for the bicentennial of Victoria’s birth. She was the the Theatrical Director for the First Person Interpreter program at Historic Locust Grove from 2013 through 2019 and has been the Ladies Costuming Director at Locust Grove since 2016.  Amy has her Masters of Arts in History from San Francisco State University and she has taught History at Jefferson Community & Technical College since 2013. She is currently the Department Head for History & Political Science at Jefferson. She lives in La Grange, Ky with her fiancé’ Brian and their three cats Fred, Pilkington, and Lily.

 


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  • February 27, 2021
  • 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM