The success and popularity of Critical Role has resulted in a lot of livestreams and podcasts where friends get together, play D&D and record their adventures. A new group, D&D Cast Party, is about to launch and their first live D&D event is coming up later this month.
Like its inspiration, Cast Party stars a team of professional actors, designers and producers, all of whom are into D&D and willing to broadcast their roleplaying talents to the world.
Cast Party’s first live D&D event will take place on February 22, from 5-10pm, at the Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum in NYC’s Pelham Bay Park. Dungeon Master, Tal Aviezer, will take seven guests through the museum as they unravel a mystery, defeat monsters, and discover magic treasure and dark secrets. The adventure has been tailor-made specifically for the participants and will make use of all the mansion has to offer. The event will boast gourmet food, drinks, live music, live actor NPCs, custom-crafted props, take-home gifts, and a whole lot more.
You can get your tickets, which are $295.00 USD each, to the Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum Event by heading to this page. Participants must be age 21 and up.
Getting into shows like Critical Role can be difficult if you haven’t already been following from the beginning, as there are thousands of hours of content and so much continuity to sift through. With Cast Party, that won’t be the case.
Later in Spring 2020, you’ll be able to join Cast Party on Youtube for more D&D adventures as they play Baldur’s Gate: Descent Into Avernus with Dungeon Master, Matt Gordon.
D&D Cast Party DMs will also soon be available to hire for corporate team-building events, parties, special occasions, or, if you’re up for an adventure, they are too.