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  • ‘Goldor $ Mythyka: A Hero Is Born’ Is Undone by Its Chaos

    Role-playing games teach players to be true to themselves, whether they are “chaotic good,” “chaotic neutral,” or “chaotic evil.” These “alignments” are used by gamers to indicate the personality of their fantasy avatars, though if pressed to pick one for New Georges’ production of “Goldor $ Mythyka: A Hero Is Born,” I think just “chaotic” would suffice. Based on the true story of a “Dungeons & Dragons”–obsessed couple who robbed an armored-car company, Lynn Rosen’s potentially interesting high-concept script loses track of its identity by constantly commenting on itself. Paired with director and co-developer Shana Gold’s affected staging, the result feels more ADD than D&D.
    The couple in question, Roger L. Dillon and Nicole D. Boyde, made national headlines due to the curious footnote that they were avid gamers. From this irresistible detail their inevitable press persona arose: the “goth Bonnie and Clyde.” Rosen’s play deconstructs the event more than it depicts it, parsing their significance amid other real-world news, such as the Bernie Madoff scandal and the recession. But the playwright

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