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D'n'D Improv IV

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The man-blades are already flashing and the blood is soon to flow, so make sure you find some way to get tickets to this uproarious (and usually sold-out) comedy show. This year, all 15 regular cast members are back for the fourth fringe edition of the fully improvised adventure, and their effortless comedic chemistry keeps getting better.

Here’s what’s interesting: for all the laughs and goofy bloodbaths, you end up really caring about these characters. So in 2012, will neutered Mr. Smittens (Toby Hughes) find his stolen balls? Will mopey minotaur and Ricki Lake look-alike Steve (Marc Evans) get a labyrinth that isn’t just two lefts, and a right? Stay tuned — and if you miss an episode in person, look for them online at DnDimprov.com.

— Melissa Martin

From the Fringe program:

5 STARS "… in its third Fringe outing, local improv outfit Red River Serial has launched its greatest campaign yet." - Melissa Martin, Winnipeg Free Press

5 STARS "… providing 75 minutes of pure improvisational brilliance on the theme of Dungeons 'n' Dragons" - Kenton Smith, Uptown Magazine

Winnipeg Fringe 2010 Best of Fest

The D'n'D Improv Show returns for another epic adventure of laughs, love and LARP battles. A fantasy inspired improv show, each episode picks up where the last one ends.

This adventure is sure to be a critical hit!

Recommended For: Mature Audience

Length: 75 min

Tickets: $10

Discount Tickets: $8 for Students, Kids (12 & under), In costume

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