Upcoming Performances

February 2018 [Play to be announced]
24th Annual ACMRS Interdisciplinary Conference
Embassy Suites, Scottsdale, AZ

Past Performances

Public Performances:

4/22/2017 The Knight of Enchantment, based on a medieval French fabliau
UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies conference on The Comic Supernatural.
Knight of Enchantment
4/21/2017 Saint Martin and the Peasant, based on a 13th-century French fabliau
UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies conference on The Comic Supernatural.
St. Martin
3/4/2017 An evening of two short medieval comedies (The Saintly Mister Louse, The Joyous Farce of Martin de Cambrai)
Le cercle francais de CSU Fresno
Fresno State Satellite Student Union
Priest and married couple
2/10/2017 Farce, Stricken (Marguerite de Navarre), translated by Sharon D. King
23nd Annual ACMRS Interdisciplinary Conference - Paradigm Shifts During the Global Middle Ages and Renaissance
Embassy Suites, Scottsdale, AZ
Program
Marguerite de Navarre
7/11/2016 Sermon joyeux (parodic sermon, staged as a play), The Saintly Mister Louse (Anonymous), translated by Sharon D. King
Societe Internationale pour l'etude du Theatre Medieval (SITM)
Durham, United Kingdom
Benediction
2/5/2016 Sermon joyeux (parodic sermon, staged as a play), Brother Ham and Sister Sausage (Anonymous), translated by Sharon D. King
22nd Annual ACMRS Interdisciplinary Conference - Marginal Figures in the Global Middle Ages and Renaissance
Embassy Suites, Scottsdale, AZ
Martyrdom of Brother Ham
4/10/2015

4/11/2015
Farce, The Gallant Who Got Away With It (Anonymous), translated by Sharon D. King
Farce, Stricken (Marguerite de Navarre), translated by Sharon D. King
Re/Creations: Text and Performance in the Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe
UCLA Royce 314
Stricken
2/6/2015 Farce, Tinker, Cobbler, Tavernkeeper, translated by Sharon D. King
21st Annual ACMRS Interdisciplinary Conference - Trades, Talents, Guilds, and Specialists: Getting Things Done in the Middle Ages and Renaissance
Tinker, cobbler, tavern keeper
9/20/2014 A Knight To Remember: The Chivalrous Tale of Gillion de Trazegnies, translated and adapted by Sharon D. King
Getty Family Festival celebrating Chivalry in the Middle Ages
A Knight To Remember: The Chivalrous Tale of Gillion de Trazegnies
2/7/2014 Farce, The Pilgrimage To Her Holiness, Saint Blabbermouth, translated by Sharon D. King
20th Annual ACMRS Interdisciplinary Conference - Catastrophes and the Apocalyptic in the Middle Ages and Renaissance.
Saint Blabbermouth
7/25/2013 Farce, St. Martin and the Peasant by Sharon D. King, adapted from the French fabliau
14th Triennial Colloquium of the Société Internationale pour l'étude du Théâtre Médiéval
Saint Martin
2/15/2013 Farce, Bigorne and the Good Husband (Anonymous) translated and adapted from French Texts by Sharon D. King
19th Annual ACMRS Conference - Beasts, Humans, and Transhumans in the Middle Ages and Renaissance
The Bigorne
2/2012 Farce, Rowley Plowbender (translation Of Pierre Gringoire's Raoullet Ployart, performed on the 500th anniversary of the debut performance in Les Halles, Paris, during the Carnival festivities in February)
ACMRS Annual Conference, Tempe, AZ
Medieval Farming
2/2011 Sermon joyeux (parodic sermon, staged as a dialogue), The Life and Death of the Martyr, St. Herring (Anonymous)
ACMRS Annual Conference, Tempe, AZ
Herring
7/2010 Sermon joyeux (parodic sermon, staged as a dialogue), The Life and Death of the Martyr, St. Herring (Anonymous)
SITM Conference, Giessen / Schloss Braunfels, Germany
4/2009 Allegorical farce, The Five Senses of Man (Anonymous)
UCLA Conference on Courtliness and Conviviality, UCLA
2/2009 Allegorical farce, The Five Senses of Man (Anonymous)
ACMRS Annual Conference, Tempe, AZ
2/2008 Farce, The Fart (Anonymous)
ACMRS Annual Conference, Tempe, AZ
3/2007 Farce, Martin de Cambrai (Anonymous)
Medieval Association of the Pacific Conference, UCLA
10/2006 Farce, Martin de Cambrai (Anonymous)
CEMERS Annual Conference, SUNY Binghamton
2/2005 Farce, Master Morton Goes to War (Anonymous)
CMRS Conference, "Women of Violence in the Medieval World", UCLA
2/2004 Farce, Stricken (translation of Marguerite de Navarre's Le Malade, 1535)
CMRS Conference, "Early Modern Women and Religious Conversion", UCLA
5/2002 Selections in original translation from Marguerite de Navarre's The Grand Inquisitor and the Comedy of the Mont de Marsan
CMRS Conference, "Women and Theatre", UCLA
7/2001 Sermon joyeux / parodic monologue, Saint Onion (Anonymous)
International Conference on Medieval Translation, Santiago de Compostela, Spain
3/2000 Program of Spanish/ European medieval songs in costume
Spanish class, "El Camino de Santiago", Professor John Dagenais, UCLA
3/1998 Comic monologue, Lady Mountebank
CSW-CMRS Conference on "Women and Money", UCLA
2/1996 Program of Sephardic songs
CMRS "Creating Ethnicity" conference, UCLA
4/1995 Dialogue from Ragionamenti, The Courtesan's Apprentice (Aretino)
UCLA Center for the Study of Women-CMRS Joint Annual Conference, "The Renaissance Courtesan", UCLA
Fall 1994 Sottie / Fools' play, No Fooling With Justice (Anonymous)
Farce, Martin de Cambrai (Anonymous)
UCLA at the Armand Hammer Museum Exhibit "The French Renaissance in Prints", Armand Hammer Museum, Westwood
5/1993 Farce moralisée / Allegorical farce The Upstarts (Anonymous)
UCLA CMRS Friends Annual Luncheon, Novotel, Beverly Hills
12/1992 Entremés / Spanish interlude, The Physicians' Examination (Alonzo de Castillo Solórzano)
Program in Medical Classics, UCLA
10/1992 Farce, The Privy (Anonymous)
French Department Conference on François Rabelais, UCLA
5/1992 Farce / Sottie, The Way to Paradise (Anonymous)
SCRC, Huntington Library
10/1991 Farce, The Miller Whose Soul Went to Hell (André de la Vigne)
Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies Symposium on Demons, UCLA
5/1991 Fool's Play (Sottie), No Fooling With Justice (Anonymous)
Southern California Renaissance Conference, Huntington Library.

Private organizations (selected):

2/1997 Performance / workshop on medieval French farce
1991 Farce, The Pilgrimage to Her Holiness, Saint Blabbermouth (Anonymous)
1990 Farce, The Gallant Who Got Away With It (Anonymous)
10/1989 Farce, Master Morton the Scholar (Anonymous)