MEDIEVAL STORY MAN
When a simple elf-boy with a heart of gold is given a magical sword, he must save Medieval Story Land from the terrible Dark Black Darkness and the Dark Wizards of Dark Wizard City.
July 9 @ 2:15
July 10 @ 3:15
July 16 @ 12
July 20 @ 5:15
July 23 @ 12:30
A:3 MLK Library
901 G Street NW
Washington, DC 20004
When a enchanted princess is awakened by a coven of witches, she is confronted with Medieval Story Land's darkest secret and a ghost from her own past. Sleeping Beauty meets Hocus Pocus in the fractured fairytale.
The sequel to The Ballad of the Red Knight and Medieval Story Land.
July 10 - 25, 2015 (Capital Fringe Festival)
The Man in the Desert
Stephen Mead performs a dramatic recitation of the fantasy western short story by Edwin Cooper. Set in the American Frontier of the late 1800s, this dark narrative follows one man's struggle against death and magic, warlocks and fate.
Directed by: Scott Courlander
July 2014 (Capital Fringe Festival)
The Ballad of the Red Knight
In this fast-paced, action-packed comedy adventure, a prince known as the Red Knight must save the kingdom of Medieval Story Land from the clutches of the sinister Lord Fango of the Bat People. Adults and children alike will enjoy the hilarious take on the fantasy genre. If you like Shrek or The Princess Bride, The Ballad of the Red Knight will blow your mind!
Written and directed by: Scott Courlander
January 24 - February 8, 2014 (Port City Playhouse)
Medieval Story Land
A fast-paced, action-packed, comedy adventure that parodies the fantasy genre. When a simple elf boy named Todd is given a magic sword, he must go on a dangerous journey to save Medieval Story Land from the terrible Dark Black Darkness and the Dark Wizards of Dark Wizard City. It has the taste of a fairy tale, but is intended for adults and children alike.
July 2013 - (Arts Barn, Gaithersburg, MD)
October 2012 - (fallFringe, Washington, DC)
July 2012 - (Capital Fringe Festival, Washington, DC)