• Ken Johnston and cast of "Is Mount Vernon Burning?", telling the stories of the Enslaved at Mount Vernon
  • Ken Johnston, on horseback, interpreting 18th century Farm Life. (Jan Tilley also pictured)
  • Ken Johnston as Dr. Joseph Woodward in "The Autopsy Of John Wilkes Booth".
  • Ken Johnston leaps ashore as Capt. Graves in "Is Mount Vernon Burning?".
  • Ken Johnston, center, rides as Norman cavalry for Battle of Hastings event in Sussex-UK.


Saturday August 27 2pm-6pm –  Shakespeare’s Soldiers: Living History Display/Interpretation – Town & Gown Theatre, Athens GA

Saturday August 27 3:45 pm – A Muse of Fire: English Language from Medieval to Modern – Town & Gown Theatre, Athens GA

Sunday September 4 11:00 pm – Regency dance with Atlanta Historic Dance for The Temporal Ball at Dragon Con, Atlanta GA

Saturday September 10 10:00 am-8:00 pm – Medieval Living History Display/Interpretation – Upstate Renaissance Faire/Medieval Market, Greer SC

Saturday October 8 & Sunday October 9 10:00 am-5:00 pm – Battle of Hastings Living History Display/Interpretation – Braselton Medieval Fair, Braselton GA

Sunday October 9 10:00 am-5:00 pm – Shakespeare’s Soldiers program and De Soto Expedition of 1540 Living History Interpretation – The Village at Deaton Creek GA

Saturday October 22 1:00 pm-4:00 pm – Shakespeare’s Soldiers: Living History Display/Interpretation and Historic Fencing – Family Day at Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library (University of Georgia), Athens GA

Saturday November 19 6:00 pm – Victorian Caroling at Braselton Town Green Christmas Tree Lighting, Braselton GA

Sunday November 20 6:00 pm – Victorian Dance at Georgia Festival of Trees, Atlanta GA

Winter & Spring 2023 Appearances

January – Speak the Speech: Performing Shakespeare Workshop – Whitewater High School, Fayetteville GA

Saturday May 6 – Medieval & Renaissance Living History – Lavonia Renaissance Festival, Lavonia GA