Those who call
The larp was designed, written and directed by José Castillo Meseguer, as part of the Somnia larp group.
José Castillo Meseguer is an international larp organizer, both as a member of Somnia and by himself. Co-founder of the Spanish larp conference EntreRevs. Co-founder of the experimental group Larp Lab Vienna. Founder of several larp initiatives such as Larp Spain or Larp Drive. Passionate for trying out different styles, he firmly believes that Larp will finally achieve it’s recognition as a form of art.
Olivia Fischer is an Austrian larp organizer and game designer who has been a member of various larp organizing teams and associations during the last 17 years. She has worked on many different settings (from fantasy over historical to contemporary) and game designs.
Olivia wants to promote larp as a participatory, immersive form of art and also as a powerful tool in educational contexts.
Kai Herrmann, long-time member and occasional president of the Austrian larp club Profil Liverollenspielverein, has run several larps of varying size throughout his larping career.
He also co-organized “der workshops!” from 2004 to 2012, an annual workshop weekend in Austria at which people can exchange larp-related knowledge and skills.
As one of the admins of the huge facebook group LARP Österreich he has made an effort over the last couple of years to connect various larp groups and countless individual larpers all over Austria.
Since his first attendance of international larp conferences in 2015 he has started to do some international networking as well in the hope of bringing a broader perspective and new ideas to the Austrian larp scene.
Alina Bugelnig is a larp writer and organizer. She is a member of “1000 Atmosphären” and “What if” and Co-founder of the group “Larp Lab Vienna”, where people interested in experimental larping can connect.
What she loves about larp are the endless possibilities to tell and create stories. She likes to play and design story heavy, immersive, emotional larps.