Join professional performers Olivia Harding, Nicole Skelly, and Victoria Van Arnam for backstage chats about the renaissance festival industry.
The Flying Grovel
In this episode of Ren Talks, our hosts are joined by Dr. Kimberly Tony Korol-Evans, author of “Renaissance Festivals: Merrying the Past and Present”.
Weirdos with Animals
Melissa Arleth of Cirque du Sewer chats about her experience on America’s Got Talent, the plague pivot, and the resilience of the Renaissance faire community.
Melissa Arleth of Cirque du Sewer is our featured guest on the sixth episode of Ren Talks, where she will chat about rodents, felines, and martians with Olivia Harding from Music the Gathering, Nicole Skelly from The Gwendolyn Show, Victoria Van Arnam of The Lady Victoria.
Toot Some Doodles
Who gravely injured themselves while doing the Gangnam Style dance? Who had to scare away a child who spat at her on stage? Who was forced to improvise with an electric clarinet player? Who performed in a speakeasy discotheque hidden in a vegan pizzeria?
Kaitlin Chin from Draiku and Cirque du Nuit returns to Ren Talks to discuss weirdest performances, bizarre audience moments, and what it's like to be a performer in quarantine with Olivia Harding from Music the Gathering, Nicole Skelly from The Gwendolyn Show, and Victoria Van Arnam of The Lady Victoria.
Glitter Everywhere ft. Kaitlin Chin
Join Olivia Harding from Music the Gathering, Nicole Skelly from The Gwendolyn Show, Victoria Van Arnam of The Lady Victoria, and special guest Kaitlin Chin as they discuss mud, mermaids, creepy bugs, and many other topics!
Trying to REACH THE YOUTHS
Join Olivia Harding from Music the Gathering, Nicole Skelly from The Gwendolyn Show, and Victoria Van Arnam of The Lady Victoria as they discuss some of their favorite patron interactions, why Student Days sometimes devolve into "Old Town Road" covers, and how to build a "golden circuit".
Great podcast host are great and crazy talented. Really enjoying learning more about world they occupy. I’ve been missing live music and performance arts this past year and this helps .
This podcast is a lot of fun!
These three women are some of the hardest working entertainers on the Renaissance faire circuit today. Coming from three different backgrounds, it’s really cool to hear stories and give us a peek behind the scenes. If you enjoy ren faires, music, or the arts in general, you will love this podcast! Can’t wait to hear more!