Calling All Heroes!
Brave adventures from ages 10-16 will be transported to a fantastical land where they will create heroic characters, form an adventure party, and level up as they defend good from evil!
Our resident Dungeon Masters run these unique role-playing opportunities in person or over Zoom for campagins ranging from 5 to 12 weeks.
The registration fee includes a personal supplies kit, which will include a full set of D&D dice, character sheet, and more!
For online campaigns, access to a laptop/Chromebook or a tablet and a secondary device are required for use of Roll20 and Zoom/Google Meets.
Upcoming D&D Adventures
Registration will open August 16
12 Week Virtual & In Person Campaign starting September 29
fee: $300 (pay in 3 installments or a one-time sum)
6 Week Virtual Campaigns – Sept 21 – Oct 26 and Nov 4 – Dec 9
fee: $150 (pay in 2 installments or a one-time sum)
6 Week In Person Campaign – dates tbc
6 Week Virtual Campaign – dates tbc
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Meet Your Arts Educators / Dungeon Masters
Mike has been working for Carousel Players for three years now as coordinator for Summer Theatre School and as an Artist Educator. However, as a dungeon exploring, dragon slaying D&D player, Mike has over 7 years of experience!
When Mike is not spending his time in mystical, made-up lands pretending to be someone else, he is focusing on teaching or working on his Masters in Curriculum Studies at the University of Toronto. Mike also holds a Drama degree and a Bachelor’s of Education degree from Brock University.
Kyle is a Toronto Improvisor with 6 years experience performing and teaching Improv Comedy. Having been a Summer Camp Youth Leader and campus theatre regular in his time at the University of Toronto, and having been creating and running DnD adventures since he was in high school, Kyle brings experience and enthusiasm for collaborative educational storytelling to the Carousel Players D&D Programs.
James is an improviser, role-player and actor who is most proud of the time he managed to inadvertently re-invent the character of the Hulk while creating a character for a Dungeons and Dragons game. After training to be an actor at LAMDA in the UK, he went on tour with Little Red Theatre, playing Papa Bear in their Ontario school production of Goldilocks and the Three Canadian Bears. He’s been running table-top role-playing games for friends, family, and strangers since 2013 because he loves to create stories together with others!