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The Hospitality

Front page for The Hospitality

Participants: 1-3 GMs, 5-30 players

By

✏️Tova Gerge
✏️Ebba Petrén
✏️Gabriel Widing

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PDF Scenario [English] (0.4 MB)
PDF Choreocracy [English] (10.7 MB)
PDF Props [English] (0.2 MB)
PDF Characters [English] (0.6 MB)
PDF Scenario [French] (0.2 MB)
PDF Characters [French] (0.1 MB)
PDF Formulaires [French] (0.1 MB)
PDF Choréocratie [French] (2.8 MB)
PDF Choix [French] (0 MB)
PDF Badges [French] (0 MB)

Description

Collectivity – Humour – Space

The Hospitality is a spaceship leaving earth with a group of travelers that share and shape each others destiny together. It is a philosophic story with a touch of sci-fi that happens in a choreocracy – a society where decisions are made through collective movement in space. The choreocratic society decides to initiate a cosmic movement, a travel in space that might never end. Will the travelers ever return home, and who will they then be?

The Hospitality is not only a spaceship, but also a game in the space around gifts, loss and collective action. Instead of asking “what do I gain from this?” or “What’s in it for me?”, this game aims for a logic where questions like “What do I lose from this?” can be asked in a humoristic, collectivistic and empowering way. The space travel with The Hospitality explores collective choice and the love in making decisions together.

Bio:
Tova Gerge, Ebba Petrén and Gabriel Widing are game makers and members of the performing arts collective Nyxxx. We aim to produce games that also non-players can play, and to challenge traditional theatre through letting the audience go centre-stage and experience the work from within.

Played at

Stockholm Scenario Festival (2014)
Grenselandet (2015)

Other runs

15. - 17. May 2014, Gothenburg Dance and Theatre Festival, Sweden

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