Historic Smithville is getting ready for their first ever Renaissance Faire and it is looking as if it will be a day packed with fun things to see. I wanted to tell you a little about it so you can plan ahead.
If you’re in the Village stop by the Colonial Inn and say Hi !
Join the players of the New Jersey Renaissance Faire and travel back to the days of yore and merry olde England as the historic village of Smithville is transformed into the Shire of Smithville in the heart of the English Renaissance. The good Duke of Northumberland has decreed merriment for all. Fun for the whole family including comedy, tragedy, sword fighting, dance, song, knight, jesters and so much more. Also stroll amongst the wares of the local vendors and traveling merchants sporting historical gifts and finely crafted items. Visit the website of the New Jersey Renaissance Faire at www.njrenfaire.comand feel free to send us a missive via ye olde email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lords of Adventure: Two Man Comedy Sword Fighting Show
The Lords of Adventure, Jack Bold & Roger Awesome will teach our audience to remember the lord or lady of Adventure that they each carry inside, all while swinging dangerous objects at each other for everyone’s entertainment pleasure. www.facebook.com/lordsadventure
Adamo Ignis: ‘Adamo Ignis’ is Latin for ‘to fall in love with flame’. Exactly what you’ll be doing when you see the literally hot stunts in this group’s show! The passion of dance, the danger of fire, and of course many other stunts and tricks will leave you in love with more than just the flame… www.adamoignis.com
Arethusa: Father and Son Strolling Players. Performing on a good many instruments of questionable origin. www.arethusamusic.com
The Towne Criers: Listen to songs to bring you back to merry England. Harmonies abound with the lovely voices of the New Jersey Renaissance Faire’s own towns’ folk.
Merry Music Makers: Children’s stories and music led by Nanny Ann Tattersby. Fun and joy for the whole family.