Dorks in Dungeons Sets Last Show of Season at Seacoast Rep

Dorks in Dungeons Sets Last Show of Season at Seacoast Rep

Dorks in Dungeons performs the final show of their season on Sunday, June 22nd at 7pm at The Seacoast Repertory Theatre. This show marks the temporary end-point of their improvised fantasy adventure in a two hour improv comedy show in the tradition of games like Dungeons and Dragons. The regular cast will be joined by special guests Christine Penny, Dan Beaulieu, and Kevin Condardo of Seven Stages Shakespeare Company, hot off of their production of Taming of the Shrew.

Dorks in Dungeons have performed as headliners at Hal-Con in Halifax, Nova Scotia, the 2nd largest Fantasy/Sci-Fi convention in Canada, at Gen Con, the largest gaming convention in North America, and at various conventions around the US. Soon, they will be performing at Granite Con in Manchester, New Hampshire, and at Boston Comic Con.

"This has been a big year for the Dorks, we really want to conclude it with something great," says Dorks' Producer Kathleen Cavalaro.

The performance will feature a social hour before the show beginning at 6pm, where guests can play games by local and national game-makers and enjoy beverages before entering the theater for the performance. The show is pay-what-you-can and newbies can get in free with an elusive n00b comp ticket available at Diversion's Puzzles and Games and Pickwick's Mercantile. The Dorks will be holding their end-of-the-season party immediately following the show at The Press Room.

Dorks in Dungeons is inspired by games like Dungeons & Dragons where players create imaginary characters in a fantasy world and set off on quests. Game Master Brian Kelly leads the Dorks' adventurers through battles, challenges, skill checks more while a troupe of improvisers act as his denizens and monsters.

Pay-what-you-can at the door or pre-order tickets $12 online at

Dorks in Dungeons is a fantasy improv comedy show produced by Kathleen Cavalaro, Brian Paul, and Brian Kelly. Find Dorks in Dungeons on the web at