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From Fringe 2018
The DnD Improv Show 11
DnD Improv—Gas Station Arts Centre
As we were leaving, my partner asked me, how much of this do you think is scripted? Well obviously not the scenes or it wouldn’t be improv, but it speaks for the ingenuity of the company that despite the random nature of the show, they always have a prop or set piece available. Much like a proper campaign, I imagine that the general story is planned, and clearly certain elements were made when characters were planned out, but it maintained all the charm of a proper improv performance. If you’re going to see this one, I suggest not picking favourites, as 3 characters died on the night that I went alone, and there has been more. I was surprised and a little disappointed when the show ended, I hadn’t even noticed that it had been an hour. I could watch this company for hours.