Heroes and villains are in the eyes of the beholder and the writer of the story. Guy of Gisbourne, notorious villain – right? Morgaine of Avalon, evil sorceress and half-sister to King Arthur – her legacy was lost in the mists – correct? Whose stories are written down and saved is determined by those in
Hearken to Avalon characters, Morgaine and Guy (portrayed by David and Shoshona King, local Renaissance actors), come to life at local fairy festival, Market of the Moons. Hearken to Avalon is not only an “Into the Woods” intermingling of myths and legends, but also a magical tale of the the Faie-Human bloodline and how the
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What are you searching for? Where does your inner adventure take you? In Hearken to Avalon, Guy of Gisbourne goes through quite an inner transformation as he becomes Guy of Avalon and accepts his role as the Stag King. He didn’t take the standard “hero’s journey”, battling dragons in some foreign for a damsel’s hand.
The following is an open letter to Richard Armitage, the British actor and inspiration for my rendition of the historical figure, Guy of Gisbourne, in Hearken to Avalon. (And yes, this letter was sent to him in hopes of a positive response.) Dear Mr. Richard Armitage, I want to thank you for being the inspiration