D&D on Stage: Berling’s Beard partners with @TeamAwesomeRobot to write Drinking and Dragons

Wow! We’ve had the pleasure of being tapped to write a spooooky D&D adventure for a theater company: Team Awesome Robot!!!

Working with the team to get a live play stage performance of a D&D game has been so much fun!

It was also super rewarding to draft, play-test, and finalize Berling’s first publicly performed adventure: Mystery of the Eureka Theater.

Experiencing a group of performers working their way through a dungeon you wrote, in front of a live audience who was very happy to get rowdy and shout out suggestions, was a truly memorable experience!

We even printed out a small run of the adventure along with some truly terrifying illustrations by fabulous artist Nick Greenwald!

We’re hoping to do more of these kinds of events, so keep your eyes peeled for future announcements!

Unlucky Adventurers

Unlucky Adventurers

View from the Stage

View from the Stage

View from the second row!

View from the second row!




About Berling

Ken Breese (he) Writer, Narrative Designer, and Game Master for hire focused on Inclusion, Table Top RPGs, Nerd Culture, Critical Thinking, and the Politics of Gaming.

2 Responses to “D&D on Stage: Berling’s Beard partners with @TeamAwesomeRobot to write Drinking and Dragons”

  1. Schoolteachertim | August 12, 2016 at 01:32 #

    Woah, so cool! Sounds like a dream come true. <3

    • Berling | August 15, 2016 at 10:22 #

      Thanks, Tim! It was a really rewarding experience. Looking forward to doing more!

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