Sunday, 8 March 2015

The stage version of your game

Just linked to The Hammer Trinity by Ken Hite, a classic fantasy story on stage, one part of a trilogy a year for three years.

Unlimited budgets are a feature of RPGs, so would it work on bare stage?

Dungeons & Dragons Live On Stage happens here and there at comedy festivals, but it aims for jokes more than narrative heft. I’ve sometimes wondered how getting the best actors in, say, a Vampire: The Masquerade LARP together on stage to improvise might work.


  1. The reviews say The Hammer Trinity by The House Theatre of Chicago does work on stage:

    1. Fair enough, I didn't say it didn't (it's just not an RPG).