About Us

“Creating Interesting Dinner Conversations Everywhere.”                                                                           ~JD Lauriat

The Corr Thieves was at first started as an online web show and now is mostly a Renaissance Faire Act. Our main thieving ground is the New Hampshire Renaissance Faire in Kingston NH, but you may find us at other faires as well. To see our schedule of soon-to-be-robbed Faires and Events click on the “Schedule” link to the right.

What do you we do?!

We sing we dance, we drink, we laugh, we cry, and more often than not we rob you blind! Okay, actually we are an action-packed comedic extravaganza! Or maybe just a comedic act with tons and tons of action! How about a comedic act with some awesome action? WAIT! I got it! How about this:

“High Flying Fantasy Comedic Action!”

~Andrew Jefferson

Don’t want to wait for a faire or event to see our show?!  Click the “Act Videos” link to the right.  OR click HERE!

The web show?

The web show chronicles the misadventures of thieves guild members and their friends. It takes place in the Corr Universe which is a hugely nerdy endeavor that is too embarrassing to talk about right now. But, someday we will have a webpage for it and provide a link so you can laugh at us…more.  Oh right! The show.

The show used to be serial. NO not the kind you eat! As in each update led into the next. Schedules, life, and lack of money proved that we needed to make some changes and so we did. Then schedules and life reared their ugly heads yet again and so the show is going through some more changes. But have no fear, we fully intend on filming again!

So yeah, that in a nutshell is who and what we are. If you want to know more about our characters just scroll down. If you are interested in having us perform at your faire, please use the “Contact” link. Use the contact link if you have any questions really. Oh and be sure to check out all our friend’s pages on our Links page!  And maybe buy some SWAG in our Stores!

The Corr Thieves Bios’

Lord Jonathan Caspian:

The leader of the Corr Thieves.  Lord Caspian has a short fuse when it comes to Garreth and Uther’s silly games but he knows their skills are too great to let go of.  He won’t admit it, but he has grown to enjoy the silliness and finds it a nice break from the normal grind of being a mastermind in charge of a huge thieves guild that could take over the world.

Lord Aiden Fafnir:

A lower-level boss in the guild, Lord Fafnir is a bit jealous of Lord Caspian and would love to have his job.  But Fafnir tends to be loose-lipped at the wrong times and can be easily persuaded into decisions that he thinks are his own. This flaw is something that Caspian, Garreth, and Uther use to their advantage.  Fafnir is of noble blood of course and so very useful to the guild for his connections….and money.  Lord Caspian would often put Fafnir “In Charge” of Garreth and Uther whenever he needed a break from them.  Fafnir also has grown to enjoy the silliness of the two and will often partake in the hijinks.

Garreth the Rogue:

He is very very nice.  You should trust him but otherwise, make yourself believe that you never saw him as he knows where you live.  He is standing behind me with a knife…….

Uther Swordbreaker:

Uther began life as he lives today: a walking contradiction. His father was a poet, his mother a warrior, Uther had a confusing upbringing. When Uther was a young man, his family fell out of favor with their lords and were forced to flee their home. Uther found his way to Baskall where he met (and became the strongman of) Lord Aiden Fafnir. During what was supposed to be a simple delivery, Uther met Garreth the Rogue, and an uneasy (and somewhat unwanted) partnership began. Now, under the distant (but ever watchful) eye of Lord Jonathan Caspian, Uther Swordbreaker finds himself caught up in hijinks and often downright weird adventures with Garreth and friends, whether he wants to or not.

Captain Avery T. Merritt:

Captain Merritt is well known for his uncanny ability to drink any and all alcohol within an arm’s reach. However, as drunk as he may be for most of the day, sobriety shall appear in an instant when his or his crew’s lives are in danger. Only a fool threatens the life of one he cares about, as his pistol shot could shoot the wings from a fly and his blade is said to be too fast to be seen.