There are many ways in which you may get involved:
Show Auditions: Depending on the show, auditions can occur throughout the year. Performers meet for rehearsals at a location announced at auditions. While specific audition criteria will vary from show to show, most auditions will consist of both improvised and scripted acting, and may also include a simple choreographed fight routine — available either beforehand or taught at auditions. The purpose of the fight is simply to demonstrate natural ability and basic skill and is not necessarily a determining factor. For dates and locations of upcoming auditions, please go to our Home page.
Training Classes/Workshops: Training classes are offered during the summer and fall and are intended to both refresh the skills of existing members as well as introduce newcomers to the art of Stage Combat. Workshops throughout the year provide tools and tricks for costuming and interactive theater. Those interested in participating may contact the Training Coordinator and arrange to observe any of the training sessions or to register for a class/workshop.
Stumble Inn: We have a booth at the Medieval Faire called the Stumble Inn, we are always looking for volunteers to help run it. You get to dress up, see the Faire for free and meet some wonderful people in exchange for a few hours of your time.
UF Homecoming Parade: Each year we enter a float into the University of Florida's Homecoming Parade. We are always looking for volunteers to help us with the float and ride along with us.
The Fairy Troupe: An associated group that dresses as fairies and performs at various events in the area. We are always looking for volunteers to help us with this group.
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Google Group & Social Media
In addition to visiting the site, you can join our Thieves Guilde Official Business Google Group, located here. Joining the group will allow you to keep up with the latest information as it comes out.
Social media will be the best non-website source for information, and we encourage you to both like our Facebook page and follow our Twitter account.