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Mythopoeic Society

a non-profit organization devoted to the study of J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, Charles Williams, the Inklings, and the genres of myth and fantasy


Production History for the Not-Ready-for-Mythcon Players

  • 1987 (Milwaukee): The Pedant and the Shuffly (proto-play)
  • 1988 (Berkeley): The Fall of the Tombs of Atuan
  • 1989 (Vancouver): The Reconstruction of the Fionavar Tapestry in the British Museum
  • 1990 (Long Beach): Sam Spadegee and the Case of the Missing Mythcon
  • 1991 (San Diego): The Sheik of Kesrith: A Documentary Epic Film with Sheets
  • 1992 (Oxford): Famous Battles of Middle-earth
  • 1993 (Minneapolis): A Fractured Fairy Tale: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs — The Real Sequel
  • 1994 (Washington, D.C.): The Dance of the Farandolae
  • 1995 (Berkeley): Mr. Peabody’s Improbable History: Visiting the Romantic Poets
  • 1996 (Boulder): The Return of the Shadow … Puppets
  • 1997 (Malibu): MTV (Mythopoeic Television) New Season Previews
  • 1998 (Wheaton): Jose Chung’s ‘From Deep Heaven’
  • 1999 (Milwaukee): Uppity Warrior Women of Middle-earth
  • 2000 (Hawaii): Hawaii 5-0 Investigates the One Ring Conspiracy
  • 2001 (Berkeley): Charles Williams’ Inferno
  • 2002 (Boulder): To Say Nothing of the Doge
  • 2003 (Nashville): The Giftgiving
  • 2004 (Ann Arbor): The Endless Musical
  • 2005 (Birmingham): Return of the Return of the Shadow Puppets
  • 2006 (Norman, OK): Untitled
  • 2007 (Berkeley): Harry Trotter and the Ghastly Grocery List
  • 2008 (New Britain, CT): A Connecticut Mythie in King Arthur’s Court
  • 2009 (Los Angeles): Here There Be … Pirates!
  • 2010 (Dallas, TX): Untitled Tim Powers-themed spoof
  • 2011 (Albuquerque, NM): Monstrous Tales in the Land of Enchantment
  • 2012 (Berkeley, CA): When Myths Collide
  • 2013 (East Lansing, MI): Watership Downton Abbey