Riddlesbrood Touring Theater Company Brings a Fantasy AdventureFest to Historic Smithville.
Featuring a Magical Musical that Transports Audiences to a Mythical, Gamified World Where They Wield the Power
There’s a whole new way of presenting live theater productions soon coming to Historic Smithville. An original fantasy adventure by Riddlesbrood Touring Theatre Company, will unfold within a medieval “Game-of-Thrones-like” world. This will be an outdoor attraction for Riddlesbrood’s first 2 day outdoor Fantasy AdventureFest on Saturday, May 22nd and Sunday, May 23rd. Matinee performances will be at 1 PM and 4:30 PM with an evening show at 8:30 PM on Saturday (shoppes are closed for the 8:30 show). On Sunday, there will be a matinee performance at 1PM. A variety of vendors with fantasy and adventure themed art, artistry and collectibles will add to the festivities. Admission and parking are free both days.
Actors from The Riddlesbrood Touring Theatre Troupe, along with over 20 local actors of all ages from the Delaware Valley, will perform in “Harken – Game of Phones”, a thrilling show that features action-packed adventure with stage combat scenes, stunning costumes, heart-pounding original music and dancing.
“Harken” is the name of the mythical, fantasy world that the 5 main characters are transported to where they must overcome many threats to their survival. Presented on Riddlesbrood’s new portable, main stage, along with 2 other stages set up on the Village Green in the heart of the Village of Smithville, from the start, the actors in “Harken” encourage audiences to participate in changing the course of the plot of the show through their use of their smartphones. As the decisions of the participating members of the audience mount up, they gain points and could go home the ultimate winner!
Since this audience controlled format guarantees that no two shows are ever alike, Riddlesbrood invites audiences to attend as many shows as they like during the Fantasy AdventureFest. Voting is optional, If you don’t own a smartphone, or just want to watch and enjoy – that’s fine, too! The show is fun for the whole family, whether you decide to play or not.