Edge of Knight Brings 15th Century England to Fannin County

Edge of Knight Brings 15th Century England to Fannin CountyThree years ago, Axel von Ulrich had a vision…to establish a unique traveling medieval theatre company and create an amazing show with an original script, a moving soundtrack, authentic clothing, and spectacular stage props including a functional castle; a show where knights of the realm engage in skilled combat with medieval weaponry displaying the most complex and dangerous sword fighting sequences anyone has ever seen; a show containing elements of danger including sword strikes aimed at the body, sword spinning, and sword throwing; an interactive show where the audience can cheer on noble knights, behold an actual knighting ceremony, and take pictures of family and friends locked in the stocks. Edge of Knight Medieval Theatre Company was born.

Now…three years later… the vision has become reality as Edge of Knight Medieval Theatre Company launches their show “War of the Roses” at the Old Windom Theatre in Windom, Texas on September 17-19, and 24-26. The show is set in 15th century England and consists of entertaining comedy, thrilling adventure, gripping suspense, and skilled combat. Creatively blending theatre arts with medieval history and weaponry, their two hour, five act show is family friendly, interactive, conveys a positive message, and will be enjoyed by all ages. For more information about the show, the actors, and booking information, please visit Edge of Knight Medieval Theatre Company.

Tickets are only $5 for students and seniors and $8 for adults and are available at the door (cash and checks only), online through PayPal, or at local ticket outlets. Friday and Saturday shows at 7pm, Sunday shows at 2pm. For directions to the theatre or to purchase tickets online, visit Red River Theatre.

Source: Bonham Journal



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