The Satyr came out the last evening, the performer
actually creating some wonderful bone jewelry and weapons in his shop during
Barbarian Women ready to kick some behind big time!
The infamous Tortuga Twins, whom we met at the Port
Angeles Pirate Festival, do the "R" rated loose cannon version of their
Phil, Dawn, and Lee take a ride on one of the three
Lauri and the Barbarians!
As the kids see later at the stable, it is of course
all fake stage blood...
The French Knight not being particularly nice to the
The Spanish Knight, whom I have seen perform with the
Knights of Avalon at Shrewsbury, is defeated in the horse-to-horse as the English
Knight takes out his crest.
One of the many variations on lancing the rings...
The Spanish Knight takes to the field
The Joust begins as the Hanlon-Lee Action Theatre
troop take to the field.
Don Juan and Miguel put on quite a fun show!
The unpredictable Red Tailed Hawk from the Bird of
The Goblin Queen!
Lauri and Mary examine the Goblin King's... armor!
The Wyldmen do "Beowulf" in the mud pit...
Phil, Sheira, and Paul examine the far end of the
More fantastic buildings! And this site was huge
An example of some of the incredible permanent store
The Interpreter for the Goblin King's Court
Lee, Shannon, Dawn, and Phil with the signature orange
Fairie of the Arizona Renaissance Faire!
The entrance and part of the pre-show to the Arizona
Arizona Renaissance Faire - February 18-20 2006 -
Easily the largest permanent Faire I have ever been to - A great time was
had by all! What a contrast to the smaller Pacific Northwest faires I
have gone to in recent years. It was all about entertaining the crowd,
not "historical accuracy". The public, kids and all, seemed to have a
wonderful time with a great mix of entertainments, both historical and
fantastical. Great job! All text and photos