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Eldritch Theatre’s
Sword and Sorcery School: Online Summer Camp Edition
a camp for nerds and geeks
 
Session 1:July 6th to 10th 2020 (SOLD OUT)
Session 2: July 13th to  July 17th 2020 (SOLD OUT)
Session 3: July 20th to 24th 2020 (SOLD OUT)
Ages 12 to 15
3PM to 5:30 PM
ONLINE - $90 ($175 for 2 Sessions)
 
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D&D beginners welcome 
 
 

Gather ye witches, warlocks, and knights for Eldritch Theatre’s Online Dungeon’s & Dragons Adventures.  Become wizards, witches and warriors battle fearsome fantastical foes in a mystical realm of virtual tabletop role playing. 

 

We will be using DnD Beyond to help create a game that connects us digitally. *no  fee needed, but adventures must sign up for a free membership in order to build their character, and level up after each session. Gaming sessions will be conducted via Zoom.us, with D&D Beyond open in a second tab.

Please keep in mind that this activity requires the participant to be an active listener and able to navigate the game as well as the online video session. Should you have any questions please email eric@eldritchtheatre.ca   

Your professors for our Online Summer Sword and Sorcery School will be Dungeon Master Michael Ripley and Dark Arts Professor Eric Woolfe.  

  

Further weeks may become available, depending on the number of interested adventurers.

 
 
 
REGISTRATION NOW CLOSED
1. Please complete the above form to reserve a place in your desired session.
2. Once your place has been confirmed, you will be asked to send an e-transfer to Eldritch Theatre Incorporated for $90 for one session or $175 for two sessions.
 
 
 
 
 
Sword and Sorcery School Faculty
 
 
Michael Ripley, Dungeon Master
Also a playwright, director and actor D.M. Ripley taught for years with the Arts Express afterschool theatre and "Improv for Teens" programs. He has also taught acting for dancers at the Canadian Contemporary Dance Theatre’s Sundance summer school and has twice directed the Blyth Festival Theatre’s Young Company program. Other teaching credits include 2 years as a Theatre History instructor for Ryerson University’s School of Performance. His plays have appeared on stages from Sydney to Dubai to Chennai. When not making theatre Michael spends downtime playing D&D with his sons, friends and the goblin folk that live behind his furnace.  His first DnD character was Baffle Cakecheek – a bard/baker bagpiper with a knack for the arcane art of philo-mancy.
 

Eric Woolfe, Professor of the Dark Arts 

Professor Woolfe is the artistic director of Eldritch Theatre, a company specializing in plays about the creepy and uncanny, using puppetry, live actors and parlour magic. He will be using these arcane talents as our school’s chief puppetry and magic instructor. Aside from his skills as a necromancer, he works as both actor and playwright and itinerant showman, also being one of Canada’s few Punch and Judy Professors, and the impresario of the worlds only Dora Award Nominated Flea Circus. Mr Woolfe has been playing Dungeons and Dragons since 1980. His first character was Amic Fenris Tesh, a halfling fighter-magic user, whose best friend was a talking Phoenix.

 
Adrianna Prosser, Transfiguration Teacher
After twenty years serving the muggle world as camp counselor, leading program development and theatrical endeavors for adults and children alike under the moniker "Big Red" with the City of Toronto,various arts camps across Ontario, and overseas (literally on a cruiseship), Professor Prosser joined Eldritch Theatre in 2016 to help create wonderous productions and programs that made use of her wand. You can find her on the award-winning children's webseries Cranium Cookie on Shaftesbury's SortaTV and leading her favourite program at Colborne Lodge, Haunted High Park, each October. Her Animagus is a Dragonborn Rogue, and her familiar is Pebbles Fraggle.