Comedy show is an evening of improv-ed Dungeons & Dragons
Dungeons & Dragons gameplay is mostly improvised. So what happens if you get stand-up comedians, improvisers and sketch-comedy veterans to play a game? The competition is real — and so are the laughs — in “Rad Dragon,” which finds Tyler Sole serving as Dungeon Master, taking a lineup of Columbus' funniest through a fantasy adventure.
“You don't have to play [D&D] to laugh at the jokes. You just have to be a fan of people playing characters and doing silly things,” co-organizer Kyle Tolliver said.