OCT 22-NOV 7

Recommended for middle school and up


$22 adult | $15 college | $12 youth

A comedic romp into the fantasy world of Dungeons and Dragons!

In this high-octane dramatic comedy laden with vicious fairies, nasty ogres and ‘90s pop culture, acclaimed playwright Qui Nguyen offers a heart-pounding homage to the geek and warrior within us all.


Agnes – Thea Fennell
Tilly – Riley Vance
Chuck – Asher Woomert
Miles – Michael Bermudez
Kaliope/Kelly – Anna Hunek
Lilith/Lily – Alina Brennan
Vera –  Cayleen Cramer
Narrator – Julie Buckler
Farrah – Caroline Kinsella
Steve – Tyler Pietryka
Orcus/Ronnie – Ryan Hunek
Evil Gabby – Lorelei Popham
Evil Tina – Catalina Grieco

Monster Ensemble: Harry Lee, Lily Aaronson, Mikayla Foss, Addie Ross, Caroline Kinsella


Kelly Duyn

Kelly Duyn


Kelly is proud to be a product of the Education & Outreach program she now assists in directing. Her teaching career started right here at Venice Theatre back in 2001 as an intern for the summer programs. From there she went on to take on a teaching role at the theatre prior to leaving for college to pursue a degree in the theatre arts. She holds a BA in Theatre from the University of Central Florida, teaching certifications in multiple disciplines and a 20-year teaching resume that encompasses working with students in exceptional education, coaching a nationally ranked speech and debate team, and developing as well as running theatre programs for elementary through high school in both in the US and in China.

She is responsible for the Troupe in A Trunk Outreach Program, the summer student programs and Venice Theatre’s Youth Production Company as well as various other departmental responsibilities. In addition to directing shows throughout the year (her most recent being the Generations musical on MainStage, Honk) and being onstage herself (recent shows include Disenchanted and Blood Brothers), she enjoys giving back to her community by facilitating theatre workshops with local schools/clubs/organizations and by reading to classrooms (sometimes via zoom) through Embracing Our Differences or collaborating with other arts education programmers in our area to bring new arts education opportunities to the community whenever possible.

Additionally she enjoys working with the local Chamber of Commerce, where she was the 2019-2020 chair of the Venice Area Young Professionals. Her professional memberships include Leadership Sarasota (Class of 2018-2019), The Educational Theatre Association and AACT.