You can have great larp experiences without having big scenes or big drama. Why are we so focused on larger than life? Why do we think that in order to obtain high immersion, we need highly dramatic play? Is it not possible to have deeply moving, unforgettable larp experiences in the small, quiet moments? I wholeheartedly believe in the power of low drama and small scenes, and I wish to argue that you can create exceptional larp experiences by looking for a state of being rather than a state of doing.
Interactive lecture (Sandy Bailly) – samedi 23 octobre de 17h à 18h