Despite winds that flattened some tents during the week, everything was back in order and the Kiwanis/Lee County Medieval Faire went on as scheduled on January 19 & 20.
A casting call was held for the Kentucky Renaissance Festival. Good luck to all those who made it out to audition in the freezing weather. Check their if you’re interested in what’s going on as they gear up for the 2008 show.
RESCU Foundation got their MySpace site up and running. For those of you unfamiliar with the RESCU Foundation, please take a look at both their website and the MySpace page. They’re doing great work helping those who bring us such joy.
The Entertainment Coordinator for Virginia Renaissance Faire put out a call for stage acts.
My name is Melinda Griffith and I am the Entertainment Coordinator for the Virginia Renaissance Faire. We are currently accepting applications for stage acts to take part in the 2008 Virginia Renaissance Faire which will take place on the weekends between May 17th and June 15th, including Memorial Day. A full run commitment is not required and single weekend bookings are available. The faire is located at the Lake Anna Winery in Spotsylvania County, Virginia (approximately 20 miles southwest of Fredericksburg). Single person to group acts are welcome. Please contact me by February 5th if you are interested. For more information, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about the Virginia Renaissance Faire, please visit www.varf.org.
The New Jersey Renaissance Kingdom held their first planning meeting of 2008 on January 18th. Audition information was to be provided to those who attended, hopefully they’ll get their website updated soon with those dates.
The Academy of Arms in Burbank, California, announced that they had some openings to teach sword fighting and other weapon systems once used by knights and men-at-arms in England, Germany, and Italy. Their a non-profit and have evening classes. If there’s anyone on the west coast who wants to learn such things, check them out. Let me know how it goes.
FaireNews.com suffered hardware failure which prevented the Interviews and Future posts from being made. The laptop now has new parts, the software has been reinstalled, the blog background has been fixed and it’s all pretty again, the next interview is mostly finished, and we should be back to our regularly scheduled mischief and mayhem.
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