Our shows usually take place outside in public spaces so you don't need to do anything special to attend. Just show up and enjoy.
Twelfth Night, Ithaca, NY
The Annual Twelfth Night Celebration, an Ithaca tradition for over three decades, is a rare example of what happens when people decide to entertain themselves, instead of letting someone else do it. It is primarily an evening of storytelling, in which the storytellers are members of the audience who feel like telling a story. At some point in the evening, the storytelling will be rudely interrupted by a band of travelling players from Syracuse who will regale the assembled multitudes with an outrageous Mummers' Play, part of an age-old tradition. The Bassett Street Hounds and Thornden Morris combine forces to do this Mummer's Play.
NEFFA Festival. Weekend Event. Mansfield, MA.
The New England Folk Festival Association (NEFFA) puts on its annual music and dance festival each April. It has become the first dance performance for many morris and sword teams throughout the northeast and features continuous performances at the main entrance throughout the day on Saturday and Sunday. This year we perform on Sunday morning.
May Day Celebration, Thornden Park water tower, Syracuse, NY
This year is the 33rd May Day celebrated on Water Tower Hill by Syracuse's original morris team, Thornden Morris. It is the Hound's 29th appearance. We are joined this year by Ribbonsteel Rapper and Heartwood Morris.
Mayfaire on the Green, Holland Patent, NY
We've performed at a number of Ren Faires in the past year and they are always a hoot. This will be our first appearance at this Mayfaire in Holland Patent.
Dog Days Ale. Weekend Event. Trumansburg, NY and environs.
We've held this ale pretty much annually since 1994. As usual, we will be hosting it in the Finger Lakes surrounding Trumansburg, NY. See the Dog Days Ale page for more detailed information.
Westcott Street Cultural Fair. Syracuse, NY.
The Westcott Street Cultural Fair is a annual event celebrating the diversity of cultures in the free-thinking university neighborhood long known as the Westcott Nation.