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January 1, 1988 | CHARLES SOLOMON
Most performers would panic if an audience greeted their entrances with a chorus of boos and hisses. Victor De Lara, who portrays the villainous Green Knight at Medieval Times in Buena Park, enjoys it. Medieval Times is the elaborate dinner theater in Buena Park that attempts to re-create the Middle Ages by serving up an evening full of horsemanship, jousting and swordplay along with ribs and Cornish game hens.
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January 1, 1988 | CHARLES SOLOMON
Most performers would panic if an audience greeted their entrances with a chorus of boos and hisses. Victor De Lara, who portrays the villainous Green Knight at Medieval Times in Buena Park, enjoys it. Medieval Times is the elaborate dinner theater in Buena Park that attempts to re-create the Middle Ages by serving up an evening full of horsemanship, jousting and swordplay along with ribs and Cornish game hens.
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November 8, 1987 | CHARLES SOLOMON
Most performers would panic if an audience greeted their entrances with a chorus of boos and hisses. Victor De Lara, who portrays the villainous Green Knight at Medieval Times, enjoys it. Medieval Times is the elaborate dinner theater in Buena Park that attempts to re-create the Middle Ages by serving up an evening full of horsemanship, jousting and swordplay along with ribs and Cornish game hens (see story, Page 102).
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December 26, 1987 | DARLENE SORDILLO, Times Staff Writer
For horse lovers, the exciting parts of a parade--the equestrian units--are often sandwiched among the marching bands and the decorated floats. But this weekend, the Tournament Equestrian Festival offers a preview of the mounted units, including some from Orange County, that will participate in the New Year's Day Tournament of Roses parade in Pasadena.
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August 29, 1986 | HERMAN WONG, Times Staff Writer
There are no plunging rides or whirling waterways at Medieval Times, the $7-million venture that opened June 5 near Disneyland and Knott's Berry Farm. Rather, the indoor dinner-arena show in Buena Park is a throwback to feudal days with its 11th-Century-styled tournament complete with horseback jousts and mock clashes with swords and axes. But the knights and horses are only half the show.
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