We’re at just under $9k(!) and a lot of you have asked for the actual rules of the game. We wouldn’t be designing a theater game if we didn’t enjoy showing off, so attached to this post is the first iteration of the rules for Curtain Call!
Please feel free to leave a comment with any questions or concerns you may have.
You finally got the rights to The Lion King In Yellow. You got permission to use the Black Box Theater. That’s when all the trouble began. You had hoped–in vain, perhaps–for An Unusual Air of Cooperation. What you got was an Angry Props Mistress, a couple of Stoned Techs, and an actor who insists on Providing Their Own Costume, no matter how ridiculous. Tech week is tomorrow. What do you do?
Curtain Call is a fun, fast-paced card game for three to six players about the trials and tribulations of casting, directing, and running a show. Illustrated by R.K. Milholland of Something Positive, and including stories from Broadway professionals and amateur companies alike, Curtain Call is sure to strike a chord with anyone involved in the world of theater.
Or make them recoil in horror at the memories.
You can back the Kickstarter here!