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TABLETOP GAMING MEETS VALENTINE’S DAY

IN THEATRE B’S THE QUEST FOR LOVE

A curse falls over a mythical town. Villagers are plagued by the Harbinger of Hate. Neighbors are rude, lovers self-centered. What can save them? Will the valentines spilled by Cupid be delivered to the right people? Can the curse be lifted in time? And what does tabletop gaming have to do with theatre?

The Quest for Love, created by Jacob Hartje and developed by ensemble artists, is Theatre B’s own take on role-playing games. You’ve heard of games such as D&D. But what connection does that have to stage plays? Theatre B artists who are big fans of role-playing games and playing roles (pun intended!) are creating a unique take on this popular pastime just in time for Valentine’s Day!

The Quest for Love is another installment in the B At Home series presented online. The ensemble artists are enjoying the freedom to try new things, make original art, and have fun.

The Quest for Love is available to stream on the Theatre B Facebook video page. Scroll below for FAQ

Please consider donating to Theatre B to support the B at Home series. 

FAQ: THE QUEST FOR LOVE

1. Where can I watch The Quest For Love?
The recorded show is available on the Theatre B Facebook videos page.

2. How will I find it on the page?
Look for the Quest Part 1 and Quest Part 2 videos on the page.

3. Do I need tickets to watch the recording?
No, but we certainly appreciate your support! You can make a donation below and your contribution will help support B At Home programs.

4. Do I need to know anything about role-playing games (RPG)?

No, you don’t need experience with Role-Playing Games. And if you want to know more, we have a short Game Dictionary to help you feel prepared.

SUPPORT THEATRE B – BECOME A SUSTAINING MEMBER 

‘Tis the season for giving – when you stream this production, you’re also helping to sustain your local theatre

community through these extraordinary times. Buy a ticket to stream and add a donation. Hunter Arnold said,

“Due to COVID-19, the country’s theaters have lost over 80% of their income, a number that is devastating to our

community. These theaters, the work they produce, and the artists and workers they support are a fundamental

part of our society. We must fight for their survival.”