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DUNGEON presented by Hit the Lights, Dad Theater Co. as part of the 2015 Cincinnati Fringe Festival.

You can read the show description here.

There is much about DUNGEON that appealed to my geeky, gamers heart.

Hit the Lights, Dad Theater Co. promises to “build a world where the darkness speaks louder than the light,” and they succeed. Creatively staged using hand-held lighting and small props, we follow a young man on his quest to rescue his princess from the big bad. Two musicians, on base and violin, add to the mood and at times offer some familiar adventuring music.

The cast includes Samantha Blain and CCM alums Kristopher Dean, Claron Hayden, Casey Scott Leach and Mikayla Stanley. Aside from our hero, the remaining cast members serve as the various denizens of the dungeon and the dungeon itself. The tube worm encounter and the river scene were personal favorites.

Overall a unique and engaging offering in this year’s fringe. I’d recommend a seat with a good vantage point of the floor. Four performances remain through June 6.

I would enjoy hearing what you think about the show or my review. All I ask is that you express your opinion without attacking someone else’s opinion. You can post your comments below.

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  1. Pingback: My 2015 Cincy Fringe Show Rankings | Behind the Curtain Cincinnati

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