Step into the world of Eldritch Theatre horrors with an online interactive theatrical fantastical, where the theatre is inside your computer and you roll THE dice to stay alive!
Eldritch Theatre intended November 2020 to be the premiere of the second part of the Apocalypse Trilogy, begun with Space Opera Zero! But, as COVID19 has made this impossible, and therefore are plunging straight to Part Three, and presenting it as an online, interactive, choose-your-own adventure.
“Outrageously fun, horrific good times”
- Life With more Cowbell
The Deadly Doom of the Dungeons of Duodenum is the newest ghoulish creation by Eric Woolfe (Space Opera Zero, The Harrowing of Brimstone McReedy) in which ticket buyers can choose to take part in the story using Dungeons and Dragons based role-playing, or merely witness the horrific adventure that will change each night! Adventurers will be given keys to The Forbidden Library, the entire Eldritch Theatre repertoire, as the online experience will take players on a quest through twenty years of Eldritch Theatre creations, meeting sword and sorcery versions of characters from past productions. The monsters and minions they meet will be performed by live actors, puppets, pre-recorded video segments and interactive maps.
Befriend monstrous puppets, engage with the actors in real time, and be sure your incantations are well intoned in this homage to the classic RPG games of the 1980s with Michael Ripley (9 Types of Ice) as your host and Dungeon Master, Kimwun Perehinec (Frankenstein’s Boy, Madhouse Variations) and Eric Woolfe as the cast of fiends....With a super special creepy guest appearance by world renowned, Canadian icon, Kenneth Welsh (Twin Peaks, Survival of the Dead) as the voice of Ixa Lampoar, the Mad Warlock. With dungeons and its inhabitants designed by Dora awarding-winning Melanie McNeill.
"Woolfe’s usage of his weird little puppets...it really managed to subvert my expectations for a “puppet show”.
-Mooney on Theatre