Inner Worlds - a D&D Web Series

Inner Worlds - a D&D Web Series

From Kendra Raymond

A midwestern, Omaha, Nebraska, produced D&D web-series looking to provide a Hollywood level viewing experience & costuming. The series synopsis is posted in our updates below!

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Update #7

25 days ago

For our second castmate of the week, we have Trey Nielsen. He is a recent graduate of UNO and is excited to combine his love of dungeons and dragons with his love of acting. HE will be playing CHAD, a warm-hearted elementary school teacher and is brand new to gaming in general, but has always been eager to give it a try! In the game, Chad plays a Human Rogue with his same name and personality. Every gamer's gotta start somewhere, right?

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Series Synopsis: 

McKenzie, an aspiring writer, decides to start up a Dungeons & Dragons group for the first time. As the players embark on an adventure together, they discover more about themselves and the challenges that face them in their own lives.

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Kendra Raymond posted a new update:
25 days ago

Update #7

For our second castmate of the week, we have Trey Nielsen. He is a recent graduate of UNO and is excited to combine his love of dungeons and dragons with his love of acting. HE will be playing CHAD, a warm-hearted elementary school teacher and is brand new to gaming in general, but has always been eager to give it a try! In the game, Chad plays a Human Rogue with his same name and personality. Every gamer's gotta start somewhere, right?

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25 days ago

Update #6

Cast MEET & GREET of the week! We have a 2 for 1 this week. Please meet the fantastic actors playing Gabby and Chad in our DnD group for the web-series.

Erica Gardner will be portraying the tenacious GABBY. She is a Nebraska born film/commercial actor and writer who found her true passion as a storyteller and entertainer. From a young age, she felt called to perform, and in 2016, she decided that she was ready to make acting her career. Since then, Erica has booked several films and commercial roles that have afforded her invaluable opportunities to hone her abilities and meet and learn from many talented creatives. Erica has also branched out into writing, having self-written and produced a short film in the comedy genre.

www.ericaacts.com

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Kendra Raymond posted a new update:
about 1 month ago

Update #5

Thank you so much for sticking with us! We now have our social media accounts set up! Please visit them and take the time to learn about our project! Sharing the campaign is super helpful, but if you are able to donate as well we would be ever grateful.

Website:: https://www.innerworldsseries.com/
Twitter: www.twitter.com/InnerWorldsShow
Facebook: www.facebook.com/InnerWorldsSeries

We will be posting more crew bios as time moves on and our graphics for the rewards are still in development. So stay tuned for more updates!

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Kendra Raymond posted a new update:
about 1 month ago

Update #4

MEET OUR DUNGEON MASTER! - Paige Nola (McKenzie)

Paige is currently an actor with Respect as well as a company actor with the Dinner Detective. Most recently Paige could be seen playing several roles at the Omaha Film Festival Writer’s Theater. Her upcoming projects include a film, another web series, and a 1920s themed multi-medium show.
Paige also plays bass with Esencia Latina (a 13 piece salsa band), The Bensonhaus Trio (a Jazz trio), and has played under many of Omaha’s stages. She also teaches bass lessons at the 402 Arts Collective.
Paige has a BM in Double Bass from UNO, trained at the New York Conservatory for Dramas Arts, and continues to study acting at the 402 Arts Collective.
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Kendra Raymond posted a new update:
about 1 month ago

Update #3

MEET OUR DIRECTOR -- Jessica Johnson

"My name is Jessica Johnson, and my greatest personal accomplishment is learning to love my hair. When I was little, I had Shirley Temple-like bouncy blonde curls, but around the time I turned 7, it went through a Kafkaesque metamorphosis; it got longer, thicker, courser, and frizzed out to a mousey brown mess. Worse yet, about that time I started competitive rhythmic gymnastics and had to have it up in a bun for meets. It was torture for me and for my mom, who is Jewish and had a head of gorgeous black ringlets. I begged her to let me cut or dye it back to blonde like my very Scandinavian father, but she always refused, saying it was “perfect”. By the time I was 10, I’d nagged her persistently enough that she finally relented. I immediately got bangs and a perm. It looked awful, but it was the beginning of my journey of self-acceptance via my hair-style.
As I got older and wiser, I realized my mom was actually right about my hair being “perfect”, because I could use it as a tool for creating my own personal narrative. The color and texture allow it to take and hold any cut, color or product really well, and the fact that it grows twice as fast as other people’s hair means I’ve been able to try out a look, keep it for a while and then change it up to something different without dire consequences. I’ve had it down to my waist in its natural texture and color, which was once described as “granola earth-mother natural hot”, a quarter-inch long and dyed black with blonde frosted tips, which earned me the nickname “pixie”, and every length, style and color in between. The greatest thing about it is, no matter what I do with it, it always reflects my outwardly fun adventurous personality, and my honest, kind and driven inner nature.
I now know that my hair is actually a pretty apt metaphor for who I am as an actor. I come from a solid base of knowing and loving who I am, which I've earned through lots of struggle, trial, and error. I’m always willing to go all-in and take any and all risks for a role, and to collaborate, adapt and make changes with my artistic team during the creative process to communicate the vision and message of our project."

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Kendra Raymond posted a new update:
about 1 month ago

Update #2

MEET OUR WRITER! Katie Otten is not only "Inner World's" writer, but she is also the producer and will be playing the role of Bridget; who is one of the leads.

Katie received her Master’s degree in Theatre Performance from the University of Nebraska – Omaha in May 2018. Her Bachelor’s is in Theatre Education from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. She is an adjunct theatre professor and has always believed in the power of imagination and creative play for kids and adults of all ages. She has acted on stage with The Rose Theatre, Nebraska Shakespeare, The Bluebarn Theatre, among others, and has worked on film projects of all different genres. As a voice actor, she has worked on several audiobooks, video games, and educational videos. She is also a model and is featured on the cover of VC Andrews’ Whitefern.

www.katieotten.com
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We are also working on getting our social media platforms up and running. Once those are published we will make sure you, our supporters are the first to know. Our logo for the stickers and the other rewards is currently being developed as well. When we receive that the masks and stickers will be in production and we will be contacting you on where to send those!

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Kendra Raymond posted a new update:
about 1 month ago

Update #1

Hello fellow geeks, nerds, and gamers of all kinds! We are in the beginning stages of developing a D&D web-series and are looking for your assistance. It is our goal to provide a high-quality, fantasy-based, viewing experience for you all.

Now in the time of the pandemic going on we know productions have come to a grinding halt. With your help, we want to ensure that not only our crew stays safe, but that we bring you high quality costuming and viewing experience. Anything you can contribute is greatly appreciated; even if you are just able to repost and share our fundraising campaign.

This specific campaign is to build funds for the costuming department as we are going to have custom D&D characters built by the amazing artists currently in communication with and want to make sure they, and our crew, get paid appropriately. Over the coming weeks and months, we will update you with sneak-peaks from behind the scenes up until filming wraps in May 2021.

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