About Minnesota Fringe

There is one big thing that makes Fringe different from any other event in town: All the shows you'll see at Fringe were selected randomly by lottery.

Yep. That's right. Each year the lineup is crafted by placing numbered ping-pong balls into a bingo cage and drawing them out, one by one. From stage veterans to people who are brand new to theater, Minnesota Fringe is a forum for anyone with a story to tell. We also provide the necessary support to make producing a show as easy as possible, regardless of where you land on the artistic spectrum.

Anyone (yes, anyone) can apply to have a show in the festival. If you'd like to have a show in our next festival, applications will go live in November here on our website. Sign up for our newsletter to receive a reminder as well as information about other theater events happening around town.

The mission of the Minnesota Fringe is to promote creative freedom and diversity of artistic expression by linking adventurous artists with adventurous audiences. Thank you for joining in this adventure!

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Shows start and end on time at Fringe. With hundreds of performances and dozens of shows in just 11 days, we have to run a tight schedule to avoid descending into chaos. Performances are no more than 60 minutes long with a half hour between each show.

On weekdays shows begin at 5:30pm, 7pm, 8:30pm and 10pm. On weekends there are additional shows at 1pm, 2:30pm and 4pm.

Late seating: There is NO LATE SEATING at Minnesota Fringe. In addition to keeping our schedule, late seating is a safety issue for artists and audiences.

Safety for artists: Some of our theaters require that patrons walk across parts of the stage to reach the seating area, and many of our production companies’ stage work encompasses entrances and exits from the house.

Safety for audiences: Entering a darkened theater, possibly for the first time, and trying to find open seats puts patrons and volunteers at unnecessary risk.

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Fringe Central

Fringe Central, sponsored by Surly Brewing and hosted by a local establishment, serves as the late-night watering hole for artists, staff, volunteers and audience members alike. Come in after a day full of shows to grab a beer and some bar food. Talk about what you loved and what you didn’t. Meet the artists behind the scenes and actors on the stage. Find out what you should see tomorrow or dream up your own idea for next year. You never know what will happen during Fringe, but dropping by Fringe Central gives you a serious head start.

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What to Wear

Shorts and a t-shirt. Seriously. Also, a pair of comfy shoes will serve you well in case you have to wait in line. Most Fringe shows take place indoors in air-conditioned venues, so having a layer to throw on in case you get chilly is also advisable.

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Choosing a Show

With hundreds of performances and dozens of shows, it's scandalous to see just one. But how to choose the perfect lineup?

Search by genre: You can filter for genres when trying to decide what to see.

Talk to people: It only sounds scary. Just look for the folks in lanyards. Lanyards are worn by Fringe artists and there are at least a thousand of them dying to tell you about their show.

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Get Involved

Fringe isn't just a festival - it's a community, and it couldn't exist without people like you.

Create: Applications for the 2018 festival will are live on this website. Fringe is open to everyone, shows are selected by lottery, and you don't even need to have a show ready when you apply.

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Box Office Info

Pass, Reservations, and Tickets, Oh My!

In 2018, Fringe will still offer passes but is also re-introducing single tickets options to see shows. We are re-tooling our Box Office policies to reflect our changes. Please check back for more information in the spring.

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Waiting for Gygax

By Hot Chocolate Media
Created by Kyle B. Dekker

Playing at U of M Rarig Center Xperimental

Vladimir and Estragon were villains on top of the world. They've since fallen on harder times. They've taken up residence in an ancient and mysterious dungeon in hopes of meeting the great hero Gygax.

The creators say this show is appropriate for ages 14 and up


Thu, 8/3 @ 7:00pm


Sat, 8/5 @ 2:30pm


Mon, 8/7 @ 8:30pm


Fri, 8/11 @ 10:00pm


Sun, 8/13 @ 4:00pm

* Reservations not required, but a Day Pass is. Find out more below.

Ticket Options

Day Passes are $16 on weekdays; $22 on weekends. Day Passes serve as entry to any show in the festival on a given day. Optional reservations to guarantee a seat for a particular performance are available by clicking the "reserve" button above. Day Passes can be purchased in advance with a reservation or at any venue box office during the festival.

Weekdays 1pm-3pm and Weekends 11am-1pm we'll also open an Alternative Box Office at Fringe Central so you can grab a Day Pass and skip the lines at the venue before the show.

Day Passes for kids 12 and under are available at any box office during the festival just $5 every day.

A 2017 Fringe button isn't required for entry, but it does get you access! Wearing it not only identifies you as a part of a fabulous Fringe community, it also entitles you to special deals at local bars and restaurants and access to reduced ticket prices at various theaters throughout the year. Get your 2017 Fringe button for only $4 at any Fringe preview event or Fringe venue during the festival.

Read the reviews

Fantastic....but must be into D&D.

by Jeanie Johnston on August 15, 2017
This user has reviewed 7 shows

I wish I had played D&D at least once before seeing this show. Acting was fantastic. Loved the costumes. But....as a non D&D nerd, I was lost most of the time.


by Jim Johnson on August 13, 2017
This user has reviewed 9 shows

Good premise, just not all that exciting. Acting was good.

The Waiting Is The Hardest Part

by Adam Boutz on August 13, 2017
This user has reviewed 56 shows

What do D&D monsters do while waiting around for us? A cute minimalist play that turns the DM screen around and reminds us 'Aren't we all just trying to get by'?

1 person found this review helpful

Most Fun I've Had In a Long Time

by Dylan Olmsted on August 12, 2017
This user has reviewed 13 shows

This show if great. The performances are great. The characters are great, if a little on the "stock" side. The jokes were funny. I haven't laughed this hard or enjoyed something this much in quite a while. I'm gushing. See this!

1 person found this review helpful

Roll a d20 to try to see this show

by Imawizard Notafighter on August 12, 2017
This user has reviewed 4 shows

The DC of the roll is 13.

If you didn't understand that joke it's okay! As many reviewers have already said you need no prior knowledge of D&D (or any tabletop role-playing for that matter) to enjoy this show, nor do you need to be well versed in the works of Beckett. Dekker and Gulliver have created a show with excellent dialogue and characters that manages to capture the essence of Godot and D&D without alienating a wider audience. Only ONE show left, don't critically miss your chance to see this play! This reviewer has failed his wisdom save and been completely Charmed by the preformers. All the actors bring an excellent energy to the stage, the kind I always like to see in a Fringe show. Bravo! Excelsior! Looking forward to next year!

2 people found this review helpful

Everyone should see

by Erika Jones on August 12, 2017
This user has reviewed 2 shows

This is the best show I've seen so far this year. The script is beautifully and hilariously crafted and wonderfully performed by the entire cast. Their comedic timing is gold. I was especially impressed with Saxe and Glover in their respective roles. Also I have to point out that this show had a number really nice stage pictures which seems to get lost in most fringe shows.
And to anyone worried they might not understand the show because they don't know D&D or Gadot trust me you don't need to know either to enjoy the show. I'm only vaguely familiar with each and there might have been a joke or two that went over my head but I was laughing till my stomach hurt the rest of the show so it really doesn't matter.

2 people found this review helpful

Why didn't I think of that before?

by Jessica Solinsky on August 12, 2017
This user has reviewed 5 shows

As a dungeon crawler, I've never thought about the monsters that I've slayed. This is a delightful look into what the "monsters" do while they wait for adventurers. It may also make you question who the real monsters are as well. Be sure to get there early though because it's definitely a hard show to get into if you're running late.

2 people found this review helpful

Godot + D&D = Very funny show

by Derek Dirlam on August 12, 2017
This user has reviewed 3 shows

Thankfully I got in line early for this one :) A great performance, and a perfect mash-up of Waiting for Godot and D&D. Although I don't think you need to be a big D&D fan to enjoy this one. Yes there are a few D&D specific references, but the humor still really lies in the interplay between the monstrous duo, and what happens when...well, you just have to see it.

Great performances from the entire cast, excellent timing, a fantastic script that kept the humor coming and the plot moving , and even great staging - interesting while not feeling too repetitious.

Highly recommend this, but make sure you get a reservation or get in line early, as it did sell-out. Maybe they'll consider a re-mount in the future???

2 people found this review helpful

Not an expert, still laughed

by Becci Schmidt on August 9, 2017
This user has reviewed 3 shows

I have a rudimentary working knowledge of D&D and absolutely no experience with Waiting for Gadot, other than Waiting For Guffman. I still loved this play. I'll admit a joke or two went over my head and I may have laughed for different reasons, but I was still laughing. My only critque and it might be show and space specific, was when Lucky finally has her monologue, slow down. In that space we lost a lot of articulation and I wanted to hear everything, but just got a lot of echos.

2 people found this review helpful


by Ragnar R on August 9, 2017
This user has reviewed 4 shows

As a D&D and theatre fan, this was awesome!

1 person found this review helpful

Thoroughly enjoyed it

by Daniel Kluver on August 8, 2017
This user has reviewed 1 show

I very much enjoyed this show. I've never read/seen/heard of Waiting for Godot before this, but I have played D&D for many years. The costumes are fantastic (especially the masks, great job!) the acting is top-notch, the script is fun and funny.

4 people found this review helpful

Nerds rule!

by Robb Krueger on August 8, 2017
This user has reviewed 4 shows

Funny, well planned and expertly executed, this show's only weakness is that you need to know a little (not a lot) about D&D to get it. The script is engaging, endowing mythical creatures with all-too-human weaknesses and foibles, resulting in a great deal of "monster banter" that drives the plot forward. Great performances by all the actors, who work together as an ensemble very well. One needs to know nothing about Beckett's play to enjoy the show, but there are some Easter eggs for those who do. One of the cleverest shows I've seen at the Fringe this year and past years.

5 people found this review helpful

Monster downtime

by Walter Furtney on August 8, 2017
This user has reviewed 35 shows

Skillfully crafted tribute to Samuel Beckett. I love the concept: what do monsters do in their downtime?

2 people found this review helpful

Loved it!

by Danielle Larson on August 7, 2017
This user has reviewed 8 shows

I absolutely loved it even without knowing any of the source material! So great - definitely see it. Molly Glover playing Vlad was a definite highlight.

4 people found this review helpful

Waiting for Gygax

by Jessica Lindgren on August 7, 2017
This user has reviewed 20 shows

A few jokes went over my head - my husband is the D&D geek in our household. Lost the first few of Lucky's lines due to loud volume (she can PROJECT) in a small space. Their staging worked well in the Rarig X.

5 people found this review helpful

Worth the wait in line for this sellout

by Amy Pleticha on August 7, 2017
This user has reviewed 2 shows

I don't know much about the source material "Waiting for Gadot" but I what I do know of the source was it was boring. That is why I am happy that this play moved in a direction that didn't elapse so much time.

D&D I know a bit. I think one of the jokes went over my head, but it might be worth seeing again just to see it I can understand it the second time around. It was nice to be in a theater with other geeks.

Only feedback was I think that some of Pazzo's opening lines were hard to here, but I don't think it was important because the emotion is more important.

Overall great performance. I would say get in line quickly cause it sold out when we started to move into the theater.

3 people found this review helpful

Not for everyone

by Ellie Browne on August 6, 2017
This user has reviewed 13 shows

I don't know DnD, so I had no idea what the heck was happening. Acting seemed good, although the masks hindered full expression. I'm sure if you know DnD, it will be a lot funnier.

Fun mash-up of Brecht and D&D

by Hazen Markoe on August 6, 2017
This user has reviewed 6 shows

Riffing on Brecht's WAITING FOR GADOT and D&D, this delightful show proves you don't have to be familiar with either to enjoy its quirky mix of wit, metaphysical discussion, and comedy! The ensemble cast all turn in solid performances, while the script by Kyle B. Dekker & Jacob Gulliver make this show a tempting addition for Sci-Fi conventions everywhere.

2 people found this review helpful

Light the Kettle

by Jeff Cawhorn on August 6, 2017
This user has reviewed 5 shows

This is a delightful mash-up and great fun to watch. It's not necessary to have read Beckett or played D&D to enjoy the play. It may be funnier if you have, and I got the feeling most of us in the audience had. It's too bad they can't move it to a bigger venue. It would probably sell out whatever theater it's in.

5 people found this review helpful

Damn the Bards!

by Joe Allen on August 6, 2017
This user has reviewed 17 shows

In concept and in the majority of execution this play hits a true mark.

Mis-matched buddy comedy, where one buddy is the awkward, sweet nerd in your party, and the other is the awkward, sweet theatre-nerd in your party. You may very well have both these things inside of you.

There are some fun physical-comedy japes, but some of them feel forced.

Most of the jokes are fun cerebral riffs on the tropes of gaming and fantasy lore. If this isn't your alley I'm not sure nearly half of them will land.

2 people found this review helpful

Found some treasure

by John Harrington on August 6, 2017
This user has reviewed 3 shows

I’m more familiar with D&D than Beckett, so I may have missed a few of the jokes there. I don’t think you really need to go in with more than a passing knowledge of either to enjoy it though. The characters played off each other really well and it made for some great laughs.

2 people found this review helpful

Critical Success!

by Kyle Decker on August 6, 2017
This user has reviewed 2 shows

Waiting for Gygax demonstrates clear love for both DnD & Waiting for Godot while still being very approachable to newcomers. Instead of relying on cheap jokes and references, Waiting for Gygax gets its humor from its wonderful cast of characters. If you like watching hi-jinks from a cast of fun, dynamic characters, you'll like this show.

2 people found this review helpful

Someone with little D&D or WFG knowledge

by Robin Rayfield on August 6, 2017
This user has reviewed 14 shows

I've only seen Waiting for Godot parodies, and all I know of Dungeons and Dragons is things people have said about it. This show, however, had some funny moments, and it was well performed. The costuming was also great, and I definitely think it was worthwhile.

3 people found this review helpful

Love D&D and/or Waiting for Godot?

by Grenacia Green on August 6, 2017
This user has reviewed 8 shows

I get the feeling I might have loved it if I was really into D&D, or really into Waiting for Godot. As someone with just a mild interest in both, I did enjoy it, but wouldn't personally call it a must-see.

1 person found this review helpful

Get your reservation in for this show!

by Jim Louis on August 6, 2017
This user has reviewed 30 shows

I have a member of the nonprofit I manage involved with this show.

I had been looking forward to this show for many weeks and it didn't disappoint. I liked how the writer dealt with issues we normally do not hear about when storytelling in fantasy. Great use of the space and costuming. It was funny at times and punny at others. It was a treat to see on this busy day.

4 people found this review helpful

You Should Gather Your Party For This

by Thomas Pitkin on August 5, 2017
This user has reviewed 2 shows

This play was everything I hoped it would be. The plot is a loving homage to both it's sources of inspiration with a strong focus on its characters. The actors sell these characters with every movement and expression while still managing to be quite funny. The writers clearly knew how to write jokes without breaking character and that consistency left me both invested in the characters' struggles and amused by them. The D&D references, while not the funniest jokes of the play, always brought a smile to my face and detract in no way to the experience of those unfamiliar.

5 people found this review helpful

Well done

by Joy Gullikson on August 5, 2017
This user has reviewed 3 shows

Even without being a D&D nerd,this show was entertaining. Well acted, well written.

4 people found this review helpful

Critical hit

by Jesse Richards on August 5, 2017
This user has reviewed 1 show

A somewhat plodding opening is soon shown to be deliberate, as the Beckett homage shifts into high gear. The puns and gaming references never distract or interrupt the flow, however, and while the characters aren't particularly complex they're portrayed earnestly and well.

3 people found this review helpful

To quest!

by Ryan Stello on August 5, 2017
This user has reviewed 4 shows

A clever rewriting of Waiting for Godot that thankfully doesn't require a deep dive on references to be enjoyable. Perfect mix of the crass and the sympathetic!

3 people found this review helpful

Fun Show with a Fun Cast

by Morgan Strickland on August 4, 2017
This user has reviewed 1 show

This was a fun show with a good script and great actors. This play is perfect if you're looking for a good laugh in a unique fantasy setting. While it is a play about Dungeons and Dragons based on the play 'Waiting for Godot', you don't need to know anything about either of those things to enjoy this show. The physical comedy was fantastic, and while all of the actors were on point, Commarrah Bashar blew it out of the water.

3 people found this review helpful

Worth waiting for.

by Captain Heck on August 4, 2017
This user has reviewed 4 shows

I'm no expert on Dungeons and Dragons, but I have played enough games to have wondered about the possible rich inner lives of characters you randomly meet and yes, sometimes destroy within seconds of game play. This is an intriguing and entertaining telling of what those characters might discuss and debate should they ever meet. Excellently acted and directed in a perfectly dungeon like theater space, come on down to the Rarig basement for some laughs and adventure.

3 people found this review helpful

Shall we go to Gygax? Yes. You should Go

by Zander Lee on August 4, 2017
This user has reviewed 5 shows

I'm more familiar with Beckett than Dungeons & Dragons, but that didn't really matter in this highly enjoyable classic Fringe mash-up of a show. The writers did a great job capturing the pace and feel of Becketts absurdist classic. It starts a bit slow (but that's INTENTIONAL), kicks into a higher gear with the appearance of Pozzo & Lucky, slows down, picks up when they return, and then becomes very moving at the end. All four actors each have their shining moments, with Saxe especially standing out as the blustery Pozzo. D&D fans will probably catch more references than I did, you don't need to know either source to enjoy it, but it helps. Some cleverly funny lines, great comedy fight scene, fun costumes, & a perfect Beckett-like ending.

2 people found this review helpful

Creative Fun for All To Relate To

by Cassy Lueneburg on August 4, 2017
This user has reviewed 1 show

Whether you are a fan of the D&D genre or not, if you love tales of adventure and great witty dialogue, this is the play for you. With limited knowledge of D&D, I was still moved by the monsters banter and emotional growth as they seek glory and validation for their existence. Isn't that something we all can relate to? A great reference to a wonderful play... you will find yourself laughing at the geeky puns and invested in each characters' motives that have you wishing for more!

3 people found this review helpful

A Delightfully Well-Crafted Mash-Up

by Cetius d'Raven on August 4, 2017
This user has reviewed 50 shows

Disclaimer: I have a working relationship with talent involved in the show

Fans of both Godot and D&D will find jokes aplenty in this comedy mash-up, and some jokes are obscure enough to prove that the writers are obviously deeply familiar with both and happy to cater to fellow super-fans of those properties. While the pacing is akin to Godot (somewhat slow), there is sufficient action and narrative to keep one's interest. I recommend giving this one a watch.

2 people found this review helpful

Fantasy nerds unite

by Lanny Langston on August 4, 2017
This user has reviewed 6 shows

Watching this show made me reminisce about my youthful adventures playing D&D. The actors and playwright do a good job of paying homage to both Dungeons and Dragons, and also the source material of Waiting for Godot. Also adding to the sense of nostalgia were the very home-made costumes. Congrats to the cast and crew for creating a fun Fringe piece.

3 people found this review helpful

Nerd Venn Diagram Sweet Spot

by Nick Glover on August 3, 2017
This user has reviewed 4 shows

(Disclaimer - I'm married to a cast memeber. I'll do my damnedest to be impartial and whatnot)

I've been playing D&D for 23 years & I've been doing theater for about 5 years shy of that. So when someone does a Dungeons and Dragons-themed Becket parody, well, it fills my nerd heart with joy. But even if you weren't familiar with this show's inspirations, I don't think you'd feel alienated. Lots of physical humor, one or two PG-13 risqué jokes, and great performances will entertain just about anyone. My only critique was that it keeps the pacing of its stage inspiration, luckily it's not nearly as long, so it never gets boring.

3 people found this review helpful

Delightful even for a D&D alien.

by Heather Rand on August 3, 2017
This user has reviewed 7 shows

This show was well-acted by each cast member--their contributions were unique and complemented each other well. The costumes were fantastic! I am not a person who knows D&D at all and I've never seen "Waiting for Gadot" but neither of those things detracted from my viewing. There is great character development throughout and each character is dynamic and with clear motivations. My only complaint is that the beginning felt slow, but I think that was probably as a result of my lack of knowledge rather than a shortcoming on part of actors or writing. The show is very well suited to the venue, it felt intimate. I sat in the front row and really got to enjoy the detail of the well crafted costumes and props. Highly recommend!

4 people found this review helpful


by laura cannata on August 3, 2017
This user has reviewed 1 show

The writing was brilliant. The cast was amazing. Very funny and thoughtful too. Something for everyone. A must see for anyone whose ever played D&D.

3 people found this review helpful

An endearing and enjoyable tribute

by Zachary Mann on August 3, 2017
This user has reviewed 1 show

Light hearted and humorous, this play still doesn't lose the spirit of Beckett's's original work. A loving tribute, the crew's passion for its two inspirations is evident in the play's dual homage. It's filled with fantastic character driven comedy and sprinkled with clever allusions to D&D. You don't have to be a geek to find joy in this wonderful production. The chemistry of the actors and the writer/director's obvious love for craft meld into something truly special. Don't miss it.

6 people found this review helpful

Don't need to know the source to enjoy

by Eric Cohen on August 3, 2017
This user has reviewed 19 shows

Not as draggy as Beckett (no, I don't like him) but still a bit slow. A lot of fun jokes, and not d&d dependent. Only a moderate amount of sex jokes and toilet humor. A fun, quirky, physical show.

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Cast and crew

Commarrah Bashar


Originally from the Empire State, Commarrah Bashar is a New York University Tisch School of the Arts Drama graduate and a two time winner of the Upright Citizen’s Brigade-NY Diversity Scholarship. Since arriving in the Twin Cities, she’s made appearances in Klingon Christmas Carol and Human Combat Chess because she only does “nerdy fun shows”. You can catch the nerdy fun show she created and starred in Barely Managed on Youtube. Booking | commarrah.bashar@gmail.com

Molly Glover


Molly Glover has been performing professionally since 1996. She is a member of the award-winning Wise Fools Improv at the Minnesota Renaissance Festival, where she is also one-half of the street duo Beefcake and Olive. Molly performs year-round with the insult-comedy group Vilification Tennis. She has three awesome cats and one awesome husband. Waiting for Gygax is her second Fringe show and her first non-improvised performance in 16 years.

Andy Gullikson


Andy Gullikson is happy to return to the Minnesota Fringe Festival. Andy graduated from MN State, Mankato in 2011 with a BFA in Acting, and has since been involved in several Fringe Festival productions, including The Selkie, Robot Lincoln: The Revengeance, Astrolibrary, and Behind the Bigtop. He wrote and produced The Confederate, which has since been produced and remounted after its premiere at the 2014 Minnesota Fringe. You can also find Andy in the Rarig Thurst theatre as Steve in The Perils of Steve.

Matt Saxe


Matt is the Artistic Director & founder of Shadow Horse Theater, LLC: American Midget, Crazyface, The History of the Devil, A Kind of Love Story, Phaedra, & co-producer/director/performer of A Drinking Game - Minnesota. Hauptmann - Candid Theater Co., Macbeth - Theatre Coup d'Etat, The Foreigner - Lyric Arts, All My Sons - Pioneer Playhouse, Wash My Sin Away and Much Ado About Nothing - Theatre Terra Firma. Eight performances in the Minnesota Fringe. including Sex, Soap, Torture, Weather, 2011: Once Upon A CSI, 2012: Tales From A Twisted Universe, 2013: Theatre 101 & Grimm For Kids. 2014: The Jungle Book 2015: Melancholy London, 2016: So Bright the Night.

Kyle B. Dekker


Kyle is a Twin Cities based actor, writer, improvisor, and filmmaker. He received his BA from Southern Illinois University in History and Creative Writing and is a member of Fearless Comedy Productions. He has written scripts for webseries, stage plays, and short films. He has appeared on stage most recently in Build Your Own Inferno, Human Combat Chess, and WhatTheImprov. His films have been featured on The Escapist and at the Twin Cities International Film Festival. You can also find Kyle as part of the award winning act Sir Tedward & Wort at the Minnesota Renaissance Festival.

Jacob Gulliver


Jacob Gulliver is a writer, filmmaker, all-purpose geek, and is one-third of the Hot Chocolate Media team. He earned a BFA in Filmmaking at MCAD, and his work has been featured in City Pages, on The Escapist, and at the Twin Cities Film Fest.

Mariah Lamkin

Costume Designer

Darwin Hull

Fight Choreographer

Darwin Hull is an actor, stage combat choreographer, and improvisor originally hailing from West Chester, PA. He graduated with a B.F.A. in Media and Performing Arts from the Savannah College of Art and Design.

More information

Vladimir & Estragon took a terrible job in a dungeon in the hopes of facing off against the legendary hero Gygax. Will they find glory or despair?

"Waiting For Gygax" is an original stage play created and presented by Hot Chocolate Media. It is one part parody of "Waiting For Godot", one-part Dungeons & Dragons themed comedy, with some classic dramatic elements.

Hot Chocolate MediaHot Chocolate Media is a Minnesota-made media network dedicated to bringing geeky fun to the world through serial projects. We've worked to create several film projects, stage plays, podcasts, and improv shows. We are dedicated to creating projects starring Minnesota artists, for fans all over the world.



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