A swarm of bees in May

While you are anxiously anticipating next week’s Playground let’s remember what happened in May: The opening game, organized by Playmaster Aya, was a drawing – based version of the all time classic Consequences: We were split into groups of 4 – 5 people each and were given a blank piece of paper. Each member of…

And here is all that happened in November!

Sorry for the really late update on what went on in November’s Playground. The Playmasters have been really busy trying to plan, fund and improve the next year of Playground. We have some amazing new ideas for next year, so if you’re not doing anything important with your fingers right now please, keep them crossed…

What?

Last week was the first one back in the normal format after a brief and eventful hiatus, and we were bought gently back to Playground reality through our dreams care of Peter. (Which Stav, Tim and I greatly appreciated as we were somewhat hazy on and confused by normal proceedings.) …the game, the game –…

Rainbows and Interactive performance

Last Playground was advertised through a flyer that featured a happy and juicy bowl of strawberries. When I was composing the image, the sun was shining and the birds where dancing away while showing off their vocal acrobatics. The evening of the 14th though, the day of May’s Playground, was horribly cold and rainy and…

Yes, the third time was a charm!

It was great seeing all of you again last Thursday. Playground was in a very playful mood last week. We didn’t even put the chairs into neat rows this time, can you believe that? The “Grab a Chair” system mostly worked, and it would have worked a charm if we had actually thought of positioning…

Sheep, and smells, and clockworks! Oh my!

So, you do notice when we don’t post! That’s very sweet of you. None of us had ever kept a blog before, and it takes us a while to get into the rhythm of writing weekly posts. We will get better. We’re quick learners. But I know that you didn’t come here to read about…