When: First Dream Friday the 7th of August 2015. Second Dream Saturday the 8th. Possibly a third Dream on Sunday the 9th, if demand is high enough.
Workshop: Participants for all runs also have to attend a mandatory co-creative workshop Thursday the 6th of August.
Price: 900 DKK / 120 Euro
Number of participants: 25 for each run. Two runs secured. Possible third run if demand is high enough.
Location: Københavns Musikteater, Kronprinsensgade 7, Copenhagen, Denmark
Duration: One day of workshop and one day of larp, both lasting ca. 8 hours
Age limit: 18+
Please note that the larp is somewhat physically demanding, as some of the game mechanics are physical. If you are unsure whether or not you are physically able to take part in the larp, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org before signing up.
Participants must be prepared to arrange for their own transportation and accommodation. Also costumes must be provided by the participants, but these will be very basic. Dinner and snacks are included in the ticket price.
Apart from the above mentioned, the event is open to everyone, no matter your level of experience with roleplaying.
Sign-up is open until May 18th 2015 at 23.59. Individual tickets are drawn in a lottery to ensure that not only the earliest birds get the worm. You will be informed if you have a ticket on Wednesday the 20th of May. After you have confirmed that you still want the ticket, you will be billed.
Tickets are non-refundable. If you find yourself unable to attend, please contact us in due time.
Everyone has an equal chance of getting a ticket, but the organizers may prioritize making the group of participants as diverse as possible.
During the larp, a photographer will be present to document the events. Any pictures from the larp that are for public usage, will be posted in a private group beforehand, where participants will get a chance to have them removed if desired.
About the Theatre
Københavns Musikteater has a long tradition of experimental productions, where focus is on the participants. They are interested in attracting an audience that is different from the ‘typical’ theatre goers. Due to their interest in our project and willingness to make the theatre available to us at a very low cost, we are able to offer the experience to our participants at a very reasonable price.
Originally the rooms belonged to the Copenhagen free masons, and the past is still evident in the ambience of the building.