Texas Renaissance Festival in full swing

Brynne Herzfeld, Voice Editor

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  • CRTC members enjoy their trip to the Renaissance Festival to compete in acting events.

    Photo courtesy of Katherine Gallas-Beyer

  • Bonnie Holt, Samantha Haar, Julia Nored, Carly Luczak and Claire Sullivan won 2nd place in the Group Scene competition at the Renaissance Festival on Tuesday, November 2

    Photo courtesy of Katherine Gallas-Beyer

  • CRTC members get into the spirit of the Renaissance Festival with elaborate costumes.

    Photo courtesy of Katherine Gallas-Beyer

  • The Great Rondini shakes off the last of his chains after purposefully dislocating his shoulder to escape his straitjacket.

    Photo courtesy of Stephanie Herzfeld

  • Orion the Augur Buzzard returns to his trainer's arm after successfully catching a meat lure in the falconry show.

    Photo courtesy of Stephanie Herzfeld

  • The "Birds of Prey" falconry show opens with Smeagol the Black Buzzard. The falconry show is put on by "Wild Sky Productions" as an entertaining and educational show.

    Photo courtesy of Stephanie Herzfeld

  • Jousters prepare for a jousting match where they attempt to strike targets with their lances while on horseback.

    Photo courtesy of Stephanie Herzfeld

  • The "Clan Tynker Family Circus" juggle flaming torches while tossing them to each other as part of their danger show.

    Photo courtesy of Stephanie Herzfeld

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The Texas Renaissance Festival includes performers, food vendors, craftsmen, and entertaining performances such as “Birds of Prey,” “The Clan Tynker Family Circus” and “The Great Rondini,” creating a fun and educational experience. World History teachers sometimes give bonus points for attending the festival and writing a page about the experience, and members of the Cinco Ranch Theatre Company went to the Renaissance Festival to compete in various events, taking 1st and 3rd place in Duet Acting and 2nd place in the Group Scene competition. The Texas Renaissance Festival continues from 9 am to 8 pm until November 29.

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