My three-part essay, “Performing the Real,” is out on the Peabody Essex Museum’s website for their forthcoming exhibit Playtime. I had the pleasure of consulting on Playtime last year. The essay explores larp, how larp uses alibi, and the differences between theater and larp.
Here is where you can find part 1, part 2, and part 3.
“Performing the Real” and the Peabody Essex Museum’s Playtime
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I’ve enjoyed writing/running LARPs much more than playing in them (because I hate dressing up, mostly). I also just like running games.