CAMDEN — Camden Shakespeare Festival, in association with Ziggurat Theatre Ensemble and Camden Public Library, presents the enchanting comedy “Aquitania” outdoors in the Camden Amphitheatre beginning on Wednesday, July 21. The show is sponsored by Bath Savings Institution.

A librarian is transported to a strange country where she matches wits with a bowler-hatted villain. Magic cake and an ancient board game hold the secrets as our heroine adopts a new kind of logic to save the day. A trio of beautiful sirens add to the enchantment with a score of jazzy French songs.

The ensemble of Maine-based actors includes Gordon Adams, John Burstein, Emily Grotz, Lily Hoskins, Whip Hubley, Dana Legawiec, Dashiell Legawiec, Lyra Legawiec, Laura Maclean, Kathleen Nation and Maddy Sweet. They are joined by guest artists Noelle Elise Crites, Kieran Danaan, Sarah Durn and Audree Stephens. Costumes are by Robert Velasquez and Anne Collins.

“Aquitania” performance dates are July 21, 22, 23, 27, 28, 29 and 30 and Aug. 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8. All performances begin at 6 p.m. The production is suitable for children older than seven.

In case of rain, the performances will be indoors at St. Thomas’s Episcopal Church, 33 Chestnut St. Please check camdenshakespeare.org if rain is scheduled. More information is available on the website and by calling 207-464-0008.

Sarah Durn and Gordon Adams in “Aquitania.”