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Holywood Pirate by Musical Blades from Pieces of Eight
Lift Your Glasses High by The Jolly Rogers From “X Marks the Spot”
Drinking Song by Chaste Treasure from Chaste Treasure
Haboob by Tartanic From Universal
Storm Song by Sirena from The Seelie Players
Finnigan’s Still by Celtic Mayhem from Celtic Mayhem
The Horseman by Cast in Bronze from “The Voyage”
Land, Sea and Sky” by Damh the Bard from “The Cauldron Born”.
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RENAISSANCE FESTIVAL AWARDS
Renaissance Festivals –
Best Renaissance Festival
Best New Renaissance Festival (3 years or younger)
New Music – Best New CD Released in 2014
New Music – Best New Musical Show of 2014 (group or solo, on stage or in the street)
1) The Maguire Brothers
2) Joyful Noyse
Stage Shows – Best Musical Group
Best Non-Musical Group
3) Duo of Woo
Best Music Solo Show
Best Non-Musical Solo Show
Best Comedy Musical Show (comedy performance, group or solo)
Best Non-Musical Comedy Show (non-musical, comedy performance, group or solo)
Street Performances – Best Solo Street Performance
(one person, musical or non-musical, on the streets and primarily NOT on stage)
3) Angus the Scott
Best Group Street Performance (musical or non-musical, on the streets and primarily NOT on stage)
Specialty Shows – Best Bawdy Show
(primarily Adult-Oriented, musical or non-musical, on stage or in the street)
3) Duo of Woo
Best Stage Combat Group (on stage or in the street)
2) By the Sword – Bristol Renaissance Faire
Best Jousting Troupe
Best Dance Troupe
(on stage or in the street)
3) Vodca Family
Best Children’s Show
(musical or non-musical, on stage or in the street, group or solo)
1) Fool Hearty
Best Historical Show
(most informational or period accurate, musical or non-musical, on stage or in the street, group or solo)
2) Bristol’s Royal Falconer
Miscellaneous – Best Shop Vendor
Best Faire Photography
Best Faire Web Community
1) Turkey Leg
2) Scottish Eggs
3) Steak on a Stick
Here is the Hall of fame winners
Phyllis Patterson (1/25/1932 – 5/18/2014)
The grande dame of faires in the US, Phyllis Patterson founded the original Renaissance Pleasure Faire & May Market on May 11th, 1963. That event, while not the first event ever of its kind, was the first to have a lasting impact and was the birthplace of the modern renaissance faire as we know it in the US today. Phyllis and her husband went on to found the Great Dicken’s Christmas Faire in 1970. Her creations not only established faires as a viable commercial and fundraising entity, but as a community endeavor that can bring people together.
In the half century that has followed, the community that Phyllis created has grown and bloomed into a family of performers seen around the world and has revitalized vaudeville-style performance for generations of new audiences. That first show has spawned an entire industry of faires and festivals across 46 states and many hundreds of shows (more than fifty different venues in California alone).
Beloved as the one who started it all, Phyllis’s passing in 2014 brought an end to an era and was felt nationwide through the community. We offer this simple tribute, her induction into the Hall of Fame, as a past due recognition of the woman, without whom, there would be no Hall of Fame. For Phyllis.
As an entertainer, writer, director, costumer, actor-combatant, monarch, merchant, and member of management, Richard Weber is truly a “Renaissance Man of the Renaissance Faire”. Richard began his faire career as a combatant with an acclaimed stage combat company. In 1978, The Ring of Steel participated at the new King Richard’s Faire in Kenosha, WI, and the company was contracted officially in 1979. Richard went on to play the Lord High Sheriff for the next four years.
A founding member of King Richard’s Faire in Carver, MA, Mr. Weber has appeared there every year since its inception and is currently the faire’s costumer and keeper of oral history. In 1996, Richard began at the Virginia Renaissance Faire, opening his hat shop, Masquerade. Masquerade still lives on at the Bristol Renaissance Faire. In 2010, he himself played the role of King Richard at the Chippewa Valley Renaissance Faire (alongside 2007 Hall of Fame honoree Lolly Foy). As a member of the Bobby Rodriguez entertainment staff for over fifteen years, Richard has played a role in shaping shows in: Deerfield Beach, FL; Live Oak, FL; Miami, FL; and the Virginia Keys at Key Biscayne, FL.
Perhaps best remembered for his long-running (1982-present) character Lord Percival DeGage, Richard is known across the faire circuit as a man of integrity. He is beloved by casts far and wide and devotes himself entirely to the faire circuit and its community.