A group of friends reform their weekly gaming group to retake the Queen City Championship from their former team-mate who backstabbed them years prior.
Along the way they must conquer overbearing fiancees, paintball field bullies, sun-worshipping cultists and their old teammate’s new uber team.
Ashton Francis was born and raised in Saskatoon and received his A.B.F.A. in Acting from the University of Saskatchewan in 2007.
He has acted in numerous Greystone Theatre Productins including The Bald Soprano”, Cosi”and Elizabeth Rex.
He has acted in independent films Charming by Terry Schroell and The Reward by Johnny Giesbrecht.
He is one of the founding members of the sketch comedy group Skit Skit for which he writes and performs.
Amy Couzens is currently pursuing a BFA in Theatre Performance at the University of Regina where she has previously played the role of Joanne in Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean in Jimmy Dean and is currently a part of the Chorus in Euripides Medea.
Amy spent the summer at the summer at The Globe Theatre’s Actor Conservatiory Program. She is also a part of Regina’s small, but active stand-up comedy scene. Amy spends her “time off” working at the Tunnels of Moose Jaw in her hometown.
Dan is also the proud owner of a Bachelor of Fine Arts, which he received from the University of Regina in 2007. He is currently working on a show for the 2010 Regina Fringe Festival, and is, as alwys, relentless in his pursuit of laughter through various channels in Regina and Moose Jaw. You can easily catch him at the Pass the Hat Comedy Night, Combat Improv, or even at Inside Voice Comedy.
Dan Willows is a zealous fan of the Ghostbusters Franchise, and as such always has a piece of related memorabilia at hand.
Born and raised in Saskatchewan, Kyle Markewich holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Acting from the University of Regina. Before Dungeon Crawl, his past film work included short films with local Regina filmmakers, and a role in Chad Costen’s feature length sci-fi thriller The Coming. Theatre credits include Puck in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Falstaff in Shakespeare’s The Merry Wives of Windosr (Paper Bag Players), Le Gentil in Maureen Hunter’s Transit of Venus(U of Regina) and John in Peter Pan at Globe Theatre, Regina. For his granduating work, Kyle played the role of Geoffrey in the world premiere of Radiant Boy by Regina playwright Daniel MacDonald.
Ed Mendez has been acting in Saskatoon Theatres for the last nine years and upon recieving his B.F.A. in Drama from the University of Saskatchewan, has broadened his horizons to include film writing and acting.
While attending university, he had the chance to act in many shows at the Greystone Theatre, his favoites beingThe Interview and The Laramie Project. Upon graduation, Ed was quickly cast in Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan’s productions of The Tempest and Henry IV: Part One, and has since helped to write, direct and act with local sktech comedy group Skit Skit.
John Johnstone V was born and raised in Tobermory, Ontario, and has been living in Saskatchewan since the age of 14. He graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a BA in English in 2007, and finished his studies for a BFA in Media Production from the University of Regina in 2009. He has always had a love for storytelling, and is a proud to call himself a hardcore nerd. John has written and directed many short comedies and satire student films.
DungeonCrawl marks his feature length debut.