The dungeons and the dragons
Talk about childhood fantasies – from lucid dreaming to role-playing magic. ‘An elf, a warrior and a wizard battle an evil necromancer in an enchanted village… while their real-life counterparts face other battles as teenagers in rural America.’
Yes, I am indeed very excited to be returning to the stage as I have been offered the part of the very glamorous and fabulous Felicity Hydrangea Karmikal Onyx Wizard in the new play ‘The dungeons and the dragons’ by playwright Kyle John Schmidt, which will play at the well-known Samuel French OOB Festival. During rehearsals it became evident that one of the things I really like about this play is how it addresses teenage escapism, which has led to many finding comfort in acting, or in this case specifically – pretending to be a wizard.