Stage Antics Of The Wyldewood Players
The Warwick Inn
Warwick Inn is a three-story interactive stage with all-day antics, improv, slapstick humor, and secret love. The bottom floor is a bakery and scullery where the baker and his som try to get a day’s work done without trouble from their two beautiful but wily scullery wenches. Above, the Inn houses the Lord Mayor’s family and a host of not-so- welcome guests from the town’s citizenry, as well as a few unwanted rogues. The result is a “faulty tower” of fun and mayhem. Inside the Inn is a sit- down pub, there to entertain guests with ale and bread from the bakery, and abuse offered by the Inn’s guests from an interior balcony open to the second floor. Check the schedule for a listing of a variety of hysterical adventures.
Her Majesty's Daily Diversion
Her Majesty and her courtiers amuse themselves and you with games and courtly revels.
The Lord Mayor and his fellows try to hold an orderly town meeting to discuss issues, solve problems and air grievances, and as usual, things get a little out of order.
A MIDDEN OF MIRTH
Three village beggars are up to muddy mayhem as they plumb the depths of the town “midden” (yeah, it’s a sewer)
THE BEGGAR’S FEAST
A feast set for the Queen is invaded by beggars!
THE CESSPOOL OF IGNOMY
Pirates and town folk find shame and treasure at the town middens.
Bakers at the Warwick Inn are tying themselves into knots to feed the town.
AN ORACLE OF OFFAL
Sir Francis Drake and a handful of brave town’s folk seek the mysteries hidden within the town Midden.
The Thieves’ Guild
Stealing is bad, or is it? Thieves get together to plumb the depths of their trade.
Love, lye, and laundry at the town wash pit! Washer wenches teach men how to treat their ladies as they air their dirty laundry. Be sure to arrive clean, or you may get washed!
Marauding corsairs and rogues gather to drink and sing their favorite sea shanties. Aaargh!
Merrymakers of the shire halt their work to tip a few ales, sing and carouse.
Trial & Dunke
The constabulary mete out justice in the briny depths of the Frogge Pond. The accused are placed in the dunking chair to be dunked at the Earl’s pleasure. Is he fair or foul? You be the judge.
Attracted, no doubt, by the only body of water in Warwick, a band of Pirates take hold of the Frogge Pond.
A COURTLY DUEL
The court demonstrates their dazzling dueling abilities with rapiers, chivalry, and wit!
Villagers put on a play for the festival. “The Worthy Master” a French farce plays the boards on Wyldewood Stage.
Last Updated: 4/13/2018
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