Wednesday, 11 June 2014
Thursday, 5 June 2014
This Swedish scenario is created by Samuel Bäck, Joel Östlund and Martin Rother-Schirren.
Photo credit: nanao wagatsuma/Flickr
Thursday, 10 April 2014
Killed in the name of honour was first played at the Beit Byout festival in Ramallah in 2013. It was written by Bisan Samareh, Riham Kharroub and Urieb Samad for the Palestinian Larpwriter Challenge.
Photo: UN Photo/Jawad Jalali, Flickr Creative Commons
Sunday, 30 March 2014
Falling Through the Cracks is a larp about people who have some kind of traumas that make them become invisible, and therefore disappearing into UnderStockholm. The larp has three acts, the first one being life before the fall, the second and abstract act of the fall into UnderStockholm and the third and last act when entering UnderStockholm. The larp uses props to visualize the characters and all players get to play support characters in addition to their own main character.
Beginning is a larp about blind beings waking up for the first time. Through an extensive pre-larp workshops, the players get familiar with moving and playing when not seeing, and taken into a magical world of sound, smells and feelings, but with no sight. Gradully, the beings learn to move in different ways and explore the world and the other creatures that live there. An intense and different experience.
Art credit: Lexwba @Deviantart
Sunday, 23 February 2014
Monday, 21 October 2013
Signup for individual larps is open from now until Wednesday at 14:00. You can rearrange your preferences until the singup closes.
To buy a rush ticket, just meet up at the community house in Korsgata at least 30 minutes before the larps start (i.e. Friday 16:30, Saturday 10:30 or Saturday 16:30). You can put your name on the waiting list for any of the larps that will take place in that section of the festival. If the larp is not full and/or someone doesn't show up, you get to play. A rush ticket costs NOK 70 for each larp (free of charge for people who have never tried larp before). If you don't get a spot, you don't pay anything.
Photo: John Ragai/Flickr/Creative Commons