Larp House Presents: See Me Now

Larp House Presents: See Me Now

It was one of those small towns where everybody knew everybody. We were pretty close. But I haven’t seen Z in ages…


See Me Now tells the story of six friends by flashing through key moments in their shared childhood and adolescence, with an emphasis on the formation of their gender identities. Throughout the scenario, players choose from an array of scenes that will allow them to either conform to the gender assigned to them or cross its boundaries to other identities. The scenario culminates with the crew coming together as adults at their first high school reunion, to explore how they, and their relationships, have changed.

A freeform larp for 6 players
Written by Liz Gorinsky and Sara Williamson
Organized by Jon Cole

7:00 pm — 1am on Friday, April 29th

growing up queer, friendship, identity

If you are interested in playing, fill out our See Me Now Registration Form before 11:59 pm on Friday, April 23rd. You should know if you are in or out of the larp by Monday, April 26th.

PLAY STYLE:The larp is composed of scenes called by players, choosing from a set of cards. Scenes will jump around in time, showing different moments in characters’ development.

No costumes are required.

A private residence a few blocks away from University and Snelling Ave in Saint Paul, MN. The full address will be given to players when they get into the larp.
There is nearby public transit from buses 84, 16, 21, and the Green line.

The play venue is a private residence, all entrances involve short stairways of 3-4 steps. Plenty of seating available. Climate controlled space, if a little chilly. Bathroom is small and not ADA accessible.

heterosexism, cissexism, romantic relationships beginning and ending.

For more information email [email protected]. Your inquiry will be forwarded to the person best suited to answer it.


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