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2016 Capital Fringe Review: ‘Medieval Story Man’

In an ambitious undertaking by Red Knight Productions, Medieval Story Man takes you on a quest with elf-boy Todd and his rag-tag group of companions to save Medieval Story Land from the Dark Wizards of Dark Wizard City and the terrible Black Dark Blackness; all, if you can imagine it, as performed by one man. […]

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2015 Capital Fringe Review: ‘Witches’

Brookland Artspace’s intimate dance studio-turned theater mythically transforms into medieval mayhem. The real life heroes and sorcerers at Red Knight Productions’ conjure up Witches, a fractured fairy tale well worth its magical delights on and off stage. Playwright and director, Scott Courlander, places Witches after the events of his two former works, Medieval Story Land […]

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2015 Capital Fringe Preview #8: Red Knight Productions Presents: ‘Witches’ by Scott Courlander

The working title for this show was Witches are Bitches. However, after much deliberation, we decided that Witches are Bitches didn’t quite evoke the fairy tale tone, or the family friendly nature of the project. WITCHES represents the third installment in the Medieval Story Land saga, and I guess that makes it a “Trilogy.” Interestingly, the […]

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‘The Ballad of the Red Knight,’ a Special Co-Production of Port City Playhouse and Red Knight Productions, Opens Tomorrow Night

Port City Playhouse, Alexandria’s award-winning theatre company, in conjunction with Red Knight Productions, is pleased to announce the world premiere presentation of The Ballad of the Red Knight. This rip-roaring parody of the sword- and-sorcery genre will perform on Friday-Saturday, January 24-25, January 31-February 1, and February 7-8, at 1819 N. Quaker Lane, Alexandria, VA […]

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Capital Fringe Review: ‘Fish Outta Water’ by Flora Scott

Fish Outta Water is a whacky and wonderful part-jam session, part-biographical narrative. More appropriately, lets call it the life story jam session. Ron Litman is the microphone and Tom Pile is the co-conspirating accompaniment. They’ve worked together and known each other for forty years and it definitely shows. Little details – like synchronized movements that […]

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Capital Fringe Review: ‘Medieval Story Land’ by Anne Tsang

Medieval Story Land (Written and Co-Produced by Scott Courlander) is this uproariously funny story of an innocent and naïve elf with a heart of gold named Todd (Forrest Rilling) who meets the mysterious Millennium Wizard (Michael Galizia). Todd learns from the wizard that it is his destiny to save Medieval Story Land from the Dark […]

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