The Guild Actors of Senntisten was a union of actors based in Senntisten during the Second Age.
The guild performed various plays at the theatre until they were dismantled following an accusation of sedition. According to the Praetorians, they were weaving seditious messages into their plays.
The only reviews of the guild's performances that have survived the ages are all negative. Their disappearance was celebrated.
- A Midwinter Night's Tomfoolery
- Cressilius and Troida
- ^ a b A critic's review (article 3), written by Critic, RuneScape. "It is with great relief that I must announce that the Guild Actors of Senntisten are no more. For anyone that has suffered the torture that is watching any of their plays, I'm sure you will be well aware of the terrible messages underscored in each one. While hidden under a guise of terrible acting, dull deliveries and the costuming skills of a dismembered troll, it appears that the Guild were attempting to weave seditious messages into their work. Evidently, this was done with the same degree of skill as their acting, which is to say none, as these messages were not clearly conveyed to their audience. Still, the Praetorians know what they're doing, and so the Guild Actors of Senntisten must have been performing seditious plays."
- ^ a b A critic's review (article 1), written by Critic, RuneScape. "It is my sad duty to report that theatre is dead, at least if the latest performance of 'A Midwinter Night's Tomfoolery' is to be believed. The play - performed as ever by the Guild Actors of Senntisten - rather live up to the group's acronym, which is to say rather a lot of hot GAS."
- ^ a b A critic's review (article 2), written by Critic, RuneScape. "Yet another lacklustre performance by the Guild Actors of Senntisten. This time they brutally murdered a rendition of the classic love story 'Cressilius and Troida', the tragic story of a Chthonian demon, madly in love with an Avernic demon. The tale is a beautiful story for the ages, romance battling it out against the harsh restrictions of class and tradition. Or it would be if performed by any other troupe."
- ^ A critic's review (article 3), written by Critic, RuneScape. "One can only hope that now that the theatre is mercifully free of the talentless Guild, we can see true talent grace our stage again."