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Chaos in the Valley: a comedic Dungeons & Dragons Live Play!
One Night Only, Saturday, Nov. 11
7 pm - BYO snacks & beverages

$5 suggested donation

Get ready for a comedy experience unlike any other! "Chaos in the Valley" features four improv comedians/table top role players and Jordan Streeter as the Dungeon Master (DM). You may remember Jordan as Mr. Salt in our recent production of Willy Wonka. Admission for the audience is a $5 donation to the Valley Players Theater. This show is "rated" PG13 for some language and figurative violence and will last approx. 2 hours. Audience members are encouraged to bring CASH for their donation and raffle purchases.


Dungeons and Dragons is essentially a collective storytelling experience. The players create characters they control and the game master creates the world in which the characters interact with each other, other peoples, monsters, landscapes, and of course dungeons.

Players are free to interact with the world as they wish. However, no matter what they want to do nor how good they are at something, there is always a chance of failure. The 20-sided die, or D20, determines the success or failure of the characters' actions.


Jordan Streeter - The Dungeon Master

Allen Morgan - Old Roald the Bold/Monk

Jon van Luling - Gnarly Undercarriage/Barbarian

Eric Badger - Breadly Baker/Druid

IzzyGrae - Bungi/Rogue 


While there are a lot of rules to the game, table top role playing is about being creative and spontaneous which more often than not ends up being hilarious. Playing these games in front of an audience adds an extra amount of spontaneity. Audience members can make additional donations (to the Valley Players) to participate in the show by altering game events at set times, such as:

  • Make a player re-roll a check.

  • Add/Subtract/Change monsters in a fight.

  • Bonuses to rolls. 


The raffle tickets will be drawn for a prize at the end of the show.

Doors will open at 6:30 and there will be a variety of small tables scattered about the room, available on a first come-first served basis.

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