Dorks in Dungeons Perform Fantasy Improv 3/16 at Seacoast Rep
Dorks in Dungeons LIVE! Onstage continue their once-monthly show Sunday March 16th at 7pm from their home at the Seacoast Reparatory Theatre. This month, in Dorks in Dungeons Presents: The Dies of March, they continue their absurd ongoing adventure in a two hour comedy show full of monsters, mayhem, and general hilarity. The regular cast of characters will be joined by guest Christine Gray, a local actress with recent credits including Darwin's Waiting Room and Death of a Salesman.
Dorks in Dungeons were awarded an Editor's Pick for best Improv Comedy in NH from New Hampshire Magazine's Best of NH in 2013. They wrote a book about their ongoing improve adventure game, The Dorks in Dungeons Campaign Guide and Roleplaying Game. They have performed as headliners at Hal-Con in Halifax, Nova Scotia, the 2nd largest Fantasy/Sci-Fi convention in Canada. They will be guests of honor at upcoming fantasy conventions Conbust, and PortCon Maine, and will be joining Seven Stages Shakespeare Company in their ShakesBEERience production of A Midsummer Night's Dream.
The performance will feature a social hour before the show beginning at 6pm, where guests can browse various vendors, play games by local and national game-makers, and enjoy beverages before entering the theater for the performance. The show, as always, is pay-what-you-can.
Dorks in Dungeons is inspired by Dungeons & Dragons, a rule-intensive role-playing dice game where players create imaginary characters in a fantasy world and set off on quests - all controlled by the Game Master. Game Master Brian Kelly leads the Dorks' adventurers (played by Brian Paul, Teddi Bailey, Cullen Delangie, and Molly Dowd Sullivan) through battles, challenges, skill checks more while a troupe of improvisers act as the denizens of a living, breathing fantasy world. Improvisers include Michael Ficara, Glenn Provost, Robin Fowler, Kevin Baringer and more with special guest appearances throughout the year from Seacoast favorites.
Dorks in Dungeons LIVE! Onstage contains language and adult themes and is not recommended for children.