Mike (ronsonbeck) wrote in pastimes,

New England Pirate Faire 2010 - New plot! Old prices!

The Pastimes creative staff met recently to discuss the 2010 New England Pirate Faire, and we're happy to announce that we will NOT be raising ticket prices this year! Tickets will remain at $12 for adults, $10 for students, seniors, and military (positive ID required), and $8 for children ages 12 and under.

We're hoping to reduce the price of parking as well, and we should have a formal announcement soon.

We also plan to have a formal announcement for the annual Pastimes open auditions for actors for our festival shows and corporate work. If you think watching our shows is fun, try becoming a part of them!

As for the storyline, here is the official teaser blurb:

Join some of history and literature's most famous (and infamous) pirates as they spin a tale of murder and betrayal, of treasure found and lost, of swashbuckling action and daring adventure, and learn the story behind one of the greatest stories of piracy ever told!

Over the years Pastimes has presented some of the most daring storylines ever seen in the New England region, from the "Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court" and two-day "Fall of Camelot" storyline at the King Arthur Festival to the "Death of Blackbeard" storyline at the Pirate Faire. This year's scenario promises to be another Pastimes classic, and of course will be chock full of the drama, humor, audience interaction, and thrilling live swordplay that have made our shows among the most highly anticipated faires each year.
  • Post a new comment


    default userpic

    Your IP address will be recorded