You have always known you were different. An outcast of Earth, your abilities had to remain secret from everyone. What could the consequences be if everyone found out you had a super power?
Then - out of the the blue - you receive a strange letter from N. I. K. K. O. - requesting your presence at Otherworld Starbase 101 for a top secret mission.
It appears that you are not alone - and that there are other beings with strange gifts of magic. You must harness that elemental power with the special ring, and learn to control your abilities.
The U.S.S. Moonrise will pick you up on August 17th, 2020. It is then your journey will begin.
Our story begins...
Young heroes have been summoned to Otherworld Starbase 101 to join a special team on board, henceforth known as The Star Guards. Each one of them brings something unique to the table (a power or ability). There is a threat to the solar system - and the Star Guards must defend protect it at all cost!
- A loot crate, sent to your home, full of items that will help your adventurer on their quest!
- Character Creation with trained theatre artists who will help your adventurer become the protagonist of their own story while also learning collaborative storytelling.
What is a LARP?
A live action role-playing game (LARP) is a form of role-playing game where the participants physically portray their characters. The Players (or campers!) pursue goals within a fictional setting represented while interacting with each other in character. Think of it like make believe, but with rules! Have you ever experienced an escape room, or played Dungeons and Dragons? It's similar to that, except you don't role dice and you dress up as your character! It's empowering, creative, and very fun!
Our Players unlock plot, interact our camp counselers who act as different characters in the narrative, and work together to become the hero and succeed on their mission!
SARAH JEAN TILFORD
EDUCATION DIRECTOR AT OTHERWORLD THEATRE
Sarah Jean Tilford is a performer, director, costumer, playwright, and teaching artist. Sarah works full time as the General Manager of Sarah Hall Theatre Company on the North Shore and is a company member of Otherworld Theatre and EDGE of Orion. She has written several youth productions for theatres around Chicago, including Jurassic Park: A Musical Parody and Murder On the Magic Express for EDGE Theatre, and Robin Hood and The Snow Queen for AlphaBet Soup Productions. Her two greatest passions in life have always been theatre and child care and she is grateful every day to be passing her love of the arts to future generations!