If you like Dungeons and Dragons see this show!

If you like the art of story telling see this show!

If you want a standup comedy act or your standard Melbourne Comedy Festival fair then this is not for you.

The guys from the Dice Paper Roll podcast take you on a journey with some wacky fantasy characters set at a range of movie studios.

The content is primarily improvised with a very relaxed attitude to the rules of D&D as a vessel for the light hearted narrative.

My colleague a big fan of the game was surprised the characters were able to achieve their objectives even when rolling some very low numbers. I concurred it would be nice for the missions to fail and the story to bend and break in a live fashion according to the dice.

Dice Paper Roll is relaxed fun for anyone wanting to escape into a fantasy world for an hour, plus the audience gets to contribute the sound effects!

 

Dice Paper Roll presents
At The Movies

Venue: Storyville | 185 Lonsdale St, Melbourne VIC
Dates: Sunday 31 March, 7, 14, 21 April 2019
Tickets: $15 – $20
Bookings: www.comedyfestival.com.au

 

 

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