Keeping The Candles Lit is a story about three generations of women in one family fighting as partisans during the war. Having escaped the grasp of the Nazis, they have taken to the woods of Europe to fight back in armed resistance. The women are from a traditional Jewish background and have spent their lives steeped in their culture and religion. Confronted with this wide-open world fraught with danger, they must decide what part of their past traditions they wish to preserve, and what legacy they will carry with them to be passed down to future generations.
Keeping the Candle Lit is is a semi-live larp/freeform inspired by blackbox theater techniques and abstract play. It runs for four hours, requires three players and two facilitators who will also play supplemental roles.