The Horga Dance

The Horga Dance

By Eva Wei & Rosalind Göthberg

 

The Fiddler pulled the fiddle from its case and lifted the bow towards the dawning Sunday sun as the people of Horga got excited and forgot about God and the whole world…

The Horga legend is a traditional Swedish folktale and a song about how the devil, disguised as a fiddler, got all the youth in Horga village to dance themselves to death. Here told through modern abstract means, it’s a story of possession, virtue and sin, about following your deepest desires and facing what you’ve done while under the devil’s spell.

…hold back your bow, you fiddler, before we dance away our life and soul and bones! But no, he will not stop the dance until we all have fallen dead.

 

Tagline: A stylized Nordic folk tale about passion, desire and its consequences.
Meeting place: Musikcaféen, 15 minutes before the larp
When: Saturday 18th of January 2020 at 5pm
Length: 4 hours
Participants: 8-20
Language: English
Player ticket: 100 dkk