Everything you ever wanted to know about

The Pennsic 45 School of (European) Dance

and then some.
Come one, come all, and join with your friends to once again dance the days and nights away at the Pennsic War! We have many classes to sharpen your skills, and many balls to show them off at! Make new friends, learn a new dance or twelve, and most of all, have fun.


The Dean of Pennsic 45 Dance will be Dutchess Thyra Eiriksdottir.


  • Deputy to the Dean - Mistress Margherita Battistina
  • Deputy Floor Coordinator - Baroness Serafina Alamanni
  • Dance Schedule Coordinator - Lord Wilhelm of Northpass
  • Youth Dance Coordinator - Lady Jane Milford
  • Music Coordinator - Lord Aaron Drummond ("no more pregnancy jokes!")
  • Deputy Music Coordinator - Lady Meg Raynsford
  • Publicity Team: Lady Lorita de Siena and Master Lorenzo Petrucci
  • Minister of Dance Mischief and Merriment - Mistress Felice Debbage
  • Dance Web Minister - Master Gregory Blount


(and a Class Grid)

Revels and Special Events

Nine Days Wonder: A Dancing Tour of Pennsic War

Mistress Felice Debbage will be re-enacting William Kempe's famous "Nine Days Wonder"! Kempe was an actor who worked with Shakespeare and who danced 100 km from London to Norwich as a publicity stunt in 1602. Dance 5 out of 9 days and receive a souvenir token! We dance at noon each day. Please see the Nine Days Wonder website for more details.

Mailing List

Updates and announcements about this year's Pennsic School of European Dance are being posted to our Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/PennsicDance) as well as by email. If you would like to receive email updates, please send an email request to the Dean at pennsic.eurodance@gmail.com.


Please heed the words of Aaron, our fearless bandleader: I'm looking forward to seeing many of you at Pennsic! There will be lots of opportunities to play for dancers. Some more information:

Extra info

Previous Years

Check out the archive of previous Pennsic dance info.


Check out the archive of documents related to Dance at Pennsic. Not ISO-9001 compliant, but close enough for the SCA.

Webbed by Gregory Blount of Isenfir (Greg Lindahl)