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Casual Renaissance Dance Class at Fighter Practice, July 15, 2015

posted Jul 7, 2015, 6:37 AM by Forgotten Sea   [ updated Jul 14, 2015, 7:42 AM ]
​Come one, Come all for some Casual Renaissance Dance instruction.  Dust off those dancing shoes and come and join us at fighter practice for some causal dancing. If you are needing an excuse to show off some moves, to work off a big lunch, or woo that special someone come and join us. We have recruited local Dance instructor Aaron Guerra, most notably from the St. Vitus Dancers from the Kansas City Renaissance Festival, to come and lead us in a few fun and simple dances. Aaron has been involved with dancing at various renaissance fairs for the past 10 years and his show specializes in teaching the causal fair goer simple and fun dances from that time period. So dress up and stretch up and we will all enjoy dancing and revelry Wednesday July 15th.


"Robert Dudley Elizabeth Dancing" by Possibly Marcus Gheeraerts (according to Brissenden) - http://www.geocities.com/queenswoman/elizadoran.html, http://www.geocities.com/queenswoman/ed8.jpg,Alan Brissenden's Shakespeare and the Dance (1981), Peter Holman's article 'The English Royal Violin Consort in the Sixteenth Century' in Proceedings of the Royal Musical Association, Vol. 109 (1982-1983), p. 53.. Licensed under Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons - https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Robert_Dudley_Elizabeth_Dancing.jpg#/media/File:Robert_Dudley_Elizabeth_Dancing.jpg