Performing Arts

Music, storytelling, juggling, theatre, and similar artistic endeavors.

[LOC] College War XVIII

Let it be known that the Colleges across the great Kingdom of Lochac, who seek to determine which of their number is the finest, have hence declared war on one another.

[OUT] Grand Outlandish

You are cordially invited to join their Excellencies Otto and Elisee at Grand Outlandish 39. Days full of tournaments, competitions, arts and sciences, archery, and classes will lead to nights of bardics and revelry.

[WES] Fool's Tourney

Please join the Barony of Tarnmist for Fool's Tourney, a day of frivolity and complete silliness. Let your inner Jester come out and play. We'll be sharing a potluck dinner.

[AET] Spring Thing

Have you ever been called a deluder, equivocator, fabler, fabricator of tales, fibber or trickster?  Surely there are those among us who've been labeled a bag of wind, blatherskite, boaster, gasbag, know-it-all or hotshot?  What about a bandit, kleptomaniac, pilferer, porch climber, spider or swindler?

East Kingdom to host Anglo Saxon Coronation

Baron Steffan ap Kennydd of Silverwing, of the East Kingdom, reports that the April 14, 2012 Coronation of Kenric and Avelina will feature an authentic Anglo-Saxon ceremony.

Pirates needed for Gulf Coast Renaissance Fair

The Gulf coast Renaissance Fair will present The First Annual Gulf Coast Pirate Festival 9 – 10 June 2012 at the Pensacola fair Grounds. This is your opportunity to come “Play where the real Pirates play.”

Catherine of Sienna one-woman show in Denver

On March 25, 2012 Saint Catherine's Parish of Denver will present Catherine of Siena: A Woman for Our Times, a one-woman performance of the life of Catherine of Siena starring Nancy Murray, OP.

[ATL] Defending The Gate XI

Spring has come to the Canton of Sudentorre. In fine German tradition, Der Osterhase (the Easter Hare) and his friends are on their way to leave symbols of the season throughout our fair land. What better way to celebrate their arrival than to knock the dust off our weapons, our armor, and each other!

[ART] Spring Crown Tourney

The Barony of Gryphon’s Lair has the distinct honor and pleasure of hosting Their Majesties' Sean & Nisa Spring Crown Tournament to determine the heirs to the Gryphon Thrones. April 7, 2012

[WES] Spring Feast

Come one and all to celebrate the coming of Spring with Fendrake Marsh on the Feast Day of St. Patrick.From our Kitchens, our goodly cooks will bring the finest fare to be served to noblemen and peasant alike, so don't miss out.  Games, Stories and Songs will fill our hall as we feast on our Shire's bounty!

[MID] Winter Game & Dance Revel

It's that time of year again to mark your calendar for a night of good drink, fun games, beautiful dancing and a wonderful feast.

[ART] Mystery Event

Come join the Province of Arrow’s Flight in an afternoon of classes and tournaments
as we fight off the Zombie Apocalypse.

[ATL] War of the Wings

War of the Wings is proudly hosted by the Barony of the Sacred Stone with the generous help and support of many Atlantian volunteers. This year's principle opponents are the Barony of Nottinghill Coill versus the Barony of Marinus.

Calontir's Midwinter Festival 2012 photos online

Mathurin reports that he has creat an album of pictures from Midwinter Festival 2012, which took place recently in the Kingdom of Calontir. The photos are available on PicasaWeb.

York Mystery Plays to Be on Internet

As part of the York 800 celebrations, the York Mystery Plays will be streamed live on the Internet during the weekend of August 11 and 12. (Yes, it's the last weekend of Pennsic.)  The plays will be set in the Museum Gardens with the ruins of St. Mary's Abbey as their backdrop.  They were last performed in 1988.

[NOR] Lamb to Loom

The Shire of Turm an dem See presents Lamb to Loom

[EAL] Winter War

Winter War, March 3, 2012 10:00 am - 11:00 p.m.

Gulf Coast Renaissance Faire

The Gulf Coast Renaissance Faire March 3-4, 2012 At the Pensacola Interstate Fairgrounds

Medieval Fair of Norman

Come. Journey to a time of kings, queens, and knights and shining armor at the Medieval Fair.

Ealdormerian celebrates generosity in song

Inspired by the generosity of those donating to help fund the SCA's lawsuit settlement, THL Asa Gormsdottir of the Kingdom of Ealdormere has written a lovely song to honor their spirit.

[NOR] Bardic Madness XXII

The Shire of Rokeclif is calling all bards, scalds, jongleurs, troubadours, poets, lutenists, choristers, tootlers, and patrons to a day of performance arts. Saturday, March 24, 2012 is the date.

[ATE] Mixed Weapons War

The dogs of war are howling!! Grab your shields, your weapons, your horses and your armor for three days of fighting hosted by the Barony of SunDragon!

[ATL] Team Wench's Privateer Feast

Team Wench will hold its eleventh annual Privateer Feast on Saturday, February 25, 2012 from 6:00 p.m. until 10:30 p.m. at the Earleigh Heights VFC in Severna Park, Maryland.

Swords stolen from California Shakespeare company

Insurance News Net reports that, in late December 2011, three thousand dollars worth of swords were stolen from the Redlands Shakespeare Festival, Redlands, California. The theft included many large swords and specialty items.

[EAL] Break the Back of Winter

Greetings unto the populace!  It is our great pleasure to extend to you an invitation to Break the Back of Winter 7th: Skraeling Althings 30th. Join us as we ring in three decades of history.

[ATL] Performers' Revel

Continuing a tradition whose origin is lost in the mists of time ... on Saturday, March 3, 2012, the ancient and venerable Performers' Revel will take place in the vasty halls of Caer Bear. This is an event OF performers FOR performers BY performers!

[ART] Carnivale in Venice

The Shire of Castelleone Nuovo shall be holding our Venetian themed event "Carnivale" on the weekend of February 4, 2012 this winter!

Historical Christmas celebrations in London

Countess Alys Katharine reports that two sets of photos of Christmas interpretations, taken by British photographer and historical interpreter "spiral_tower," are available on Flickr.

Rappin' to Chaucer with Baba Brinkman

Canadian Baba Brinkman is a performer - and a scholar of medieval literature. He combined both in a recent one-man show, The Canterbury Tales Remixed, which set the Chaucer’s 14th-century work to original hip-hop songs. Catherine Rampell of the New York Times, has a review.

Royal Shakespeare Company to create "portable" theater for London performances

Stratford's Royal Shakespeare Company is hoping to construct a "flatpack replica" of famous theater for use in large productions in London. The theater interior would be reconstructed inside an existing building.