Of Dice and Men

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 review
The world of six thirty-something Dungeons and Dragons players is thrown into disarray when one of them announces he has enlisted in the Marine Reserves, and will soon be deployed to Iraq. In this blisteringly funny and deeply affecting play, playwright Cameron McNary examines why we game, what it means to grow up, and what true friendship looks like. More
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Rogue Shindler reviewed on Nov. 14, 2011

This is an amazing and heartfelt play; I loved it! Finally, a story that portrays players as real people, not just gamers, since the uninitiated tend to get lost in the stereotypes and forget that gamers are actual people with jobs, friends, and lives, too. This is great story that is fun and nostalgic for gamers, and an eye-opener for the non-gamers. I cried, I laughed out loud (for real), and I hugged my weekly gaming group the session after I read this. I can't wait to poke a few local theaters about mounting a production...
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
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