Fragile Lives

The lost souls are searching through empty worlds, invisible to each other and unable to keep track of their experiences. “Fragile lives” is a poetic larp about loneliness and the beauty of fragile moments. The larp in played with an audience who can walk around and interact as visible or invisible presences.
By: Nina Runa Essendrop
Themes: Lonelyness, hope and loss
“Fragile lives” is a poetic larp about loneliness and the beauty of fragile moments. The players play The Lost Souls who are searching through empty worlds trying to find some kind of meaning in their shattered existences. They are invisible to each other, but can indirectly or shortly get in touch. “Fragile lives” is an introvert and immersive larp. The players individually imagine and describe the empty worlds that their character is passing through inspired by photos, music and shifting themes. The larp is played with an audience who can walk around and interact directly and indirectly with the players. The audience is part of the fiction as imaginary friends or invisible presences for The Lost Souls. They can chase away loneliness or make the imagined worlds seem real by listening in while they are described.
Duration: 5 hours.
Playing language: English and Danish.