Herakles: Premiere Party
“Good evening, this is Herman Smith of A.R.C. News.
“I am currently standing outside of Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, where the Premiere of Director Rich Standish's latest blockbuster Herakles has just finished. It's a Who's Who of Hollywood here tonight, and hopefully we should be able to snag Rich for a word before he heads off to the after party. And there he is.”
“Rich! Rich! Hi Rich, Herman Smith of A.R.C. News. I'm sure the viewers want to know, how did the Premiere Showing go?
“Very good, thanks Herman. Audience reaction was great, so I think I've got another success on my hands.”
“Now, originally you were going to be doing Hercules. What made you change your mind from the Roman to the Greek version?”
“My lead actor, Zeth Cartwright. I had cast him in the role of Hercules, but things just didn't seem to quite fit. On a whim we rewrote it as Herakles and everything worked from that point on.”
“Zeth is a bit of a mystery, isn't he? He's certainly much older than your normal leading man, that's for sure.”
“Yes, he is, but the moment I saw him I had to cast him. He just seemed so perfect, and it's certainly not a decision that I have regretted. Sorry, Herman but I have to go, my wife is calling. See you at the after party?”
“Will do. Ladies and Gentlemen, that was Rich Standish, Director of Herakles. This is Herman Smith of A.R.C. News, outside the Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. Join me tomorrow as I do a wrap of the goings on at the Herakles Premiere Party. Herman Smith Out.”
“Herakles: Premiere Party” is a single session freeform for 16 to 24 members of the 1930's movie industry. Costuming is appropriate, in either 1930's or ancient Greek style, depending on the character.
- Adult Content:
- M - Adult Themes
- Genre Knowledge:
- 1 - Background knowledge will be provided
- Rules Knowledge:
Previously run at Arcanacon 2007.