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December 12, 2013

Dorks in Dungeons

PORTSMOUTH — Dorks in Dungeons LIVE! Onstage, the dice-rolling fantasy improv comedy roleplaying troupe performs once a month at The Seacoast Repertory Theater as part of their Red Light Series. Their next show on Sun., December 15, at 7:00 p.m. “Violent Night” will portray what Christmas might be like in a fantasy world.

Our special guest improviser, John Herman, will be reprising his role as Papa Jolnir, from last year’s holiday show.

Each performance will feature a social hour before the show (6:00 p.m.), where guests can browse various vendors, play games, and enjoy beverages before entering the theater for the performance. All shows will have a pay-what-you-can approach to admission.

Dorks in Dungeons is inspired by games like 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.

Dorks in Dungeons LIVE! Onstage contains language and adult themes and is not recommended for children.

Pay What you Can at the door or pre-order VIP tickets $12.00 online at www.seacoastrep.org. Seacoast Repertory Theater is located at 125 Bow Street in Portsmouth. For more information, call 603-433-4793.

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