When you enter Bear River High School on Friday, Saturday or Dec. 5, you'll notice something has changed. The commons area, normally filled with texting teenagers and studying kids, will be transformed into a medieval hall complete with tapestries, garlands and all the bells and whistles you'd expect at a royal gathering.The teenagers themselves will have changed too. They've abandoned their T-shirts and blue jeans for tunics and dresses. A meal is served that seems fitting of King Arthur and his knights. Jesters and courtiers joke and play along with the crowd.This isn't Bear River High School but 16th century England, and you are a guest at a royal feast to commemorate the season -- The Madrigals' Feaste.To say that the Madrigals' Feaste is true to the time period would be stating the obvious. Over the past nearly 30 years of the event, the food, fun and general controlled-chaos are its hallmark. Jesters, as directed by the king, queen, and lords and ladies of the court, find many ways to entertain the audience. Audience members who violate any of the court rules and procedures find themselves hanging in the stocks or perhaps singing or dancing in front of the assembly, as directed by the jesters.