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The Dungeons ‘n’ Dragons Improv Show XIII: The Loom of Annihilation
The DnD Improv Show—The Gas Station Arts Centre
It’s no wonder that the show constantly sells out, huh. A solid mix of high level improv skill, fantastic guests from other Fringe performances, and just enough structure and random rules to satisfy folks coming in for the D’n’D tagline. With nightly performances ensuring story continuity, there’s a great opportunity for anyone who really wants to keep following the show over the entire run, and for people who just want to check it out one night, there was more than enough context and explanation to ensure that no one was lost. For any fan of improv and fantasy roleplaying it’s a classic for a reason.