Reaching Out


Friday, 14:30-19:30

Moonlit Meadow

Reaching out is a poetic, vulnerable and non-verbal larp aimed to explore the fragile nature of making connections and the fear of being left behind. Players will be blindfolded throughout the larp and make connections with others through touch. Sometimes the connections will be broken and they can then dare to reach out in the hope that the other person is still there or leave without finding out. The play explores the characters' shifting relations and the players interpret the characters' experiences based on abstract, physical interactions with each other and the surroundings.

Nina Runa Essendrop
Nina Runa Essendrop is a Danish artist and larp designer with a master's degree in Theater, Dance and Performance Studies. As an active player in the Nordic Larp community, Nina has designed and produced a diverse range of larps - from blackbox larps, freeform games, large scale-larps, audience inclusive larps to larp festivals.
Reaching Out
Players will be blindfolded throughout the larp and most of the experience. The larp is about relating to others, both creating intimacy and leave/being left behind. The experience is focused around touch, both of others and of the environment.