Back in February of last year, our friends at Minnesota scenario festival Make a Scene! were very hopeful for another amazing festival. The festival selected the theme of gender diversity, and recruited incredible scenarios that were supposed to premiere at the festival in August 2020. While the festival could not happen, all the creative energy of creating seven new scenarios did! As a result, Make a Scene now has a great way to bring those scenarios, and also the premiere scenarios run at the festival in 2019, directly to you in two amazing books!
The books feature original illustrations, and anyone who is interested in larp and role-play will want these in their library. Most of these scenarios don’t require elaborate props or costumes, are suited for small group play and will be ready to run with your friends when social distancing restrictions have ended.
Please come and check out the Make a Scene anthologies Kickstarter, launching February 16th!
Make A Scene Larp Anthologies
Two books of original larps written for Minnesota’s live-action scenario festival
Make a Scene! is a live-action scenario festival right here in the Twin Cities. Inspired by the format of larp festivals in the Nordic countries, Make a Scene! was a huge success last year, in large part because of the incredible support it received from the Larp House community. Make a Scene! would love to continue this relationship into the new year, and feature even more Larp House larpwrights at this year’s festival.
Learn more about submitting a scenario to Make a Scene!
Deadline: February 28
If writing a larp isn’t your thing right now, you can still mark your calendar for August 7–9, when we will premiere these scenarios at Make a Scene!, and Like the Facebook page for more information.
a twin cities scenario festival
We’re excited to tell you about Make a Scene!, a brand-new live-action scenario festival right here in the Twin Cities. Inspired by the format of larp festivals in the Nordic countries, Make a Scene! may be the first event of its kind in North America. Check it out!
July 26 to 28, 2019, North Minneapolis
The deadline for event submissions is February 15.
Player registration opens on March 14.
(It’s not a Larp House event, but is being organized by people who are involved with Larp House.)