Amazing, Fantastic, Stupendous, Phenomenal, Incredible Friends of New World Magischola!

You asked for it. We are happy to be able to deliver. Another New World Magischola will be held July 21-24, 2016.

We are breaking from our original stretch goals and making tickets a
vailable to event 3 at 7PM EST tonight, Tuesday, November 24, 2015.
The event dates are July 21 – 24, 2016 with 160 tickets in total. Tickets will be on similar tiers as the last time, however, the price for event 3 is slightly higher: $475 for a traditional ticket and $950 for a Plus One Pack, etc. The small increase in price is because we have to cover our travel and set-up costs to run the event again a month later.

Should Event 3 sell out, we do have the option of Event 4 on July 28-31, 2016, also with 160 tickets available. After that — well, it’ll be summer 2017. Unless you purchase a Brevischola (see new Kickstarter Rewards).


A word about scalping:  If someone offers you a ticket from a bundle at an inflated price DO NOT AGREE TO BUY A SCALPED TICKET.  Asking to split reasonable costs like passengers throwing in gas money to their driver is fine.  Outright inflation of price from the leveraged position of the bundle holder is not.  The addition of another event should open up some other options for people, and so the pressure to agree to an inflated price should hopefully diminish enough t
o make scalping not an option.  

Flights:  Maury is an experienced world traveler and strongly recommends that you purchase flights somewhere around 120 days out from your travel date.  This tends to be the most affordable window to book flights. Tuesday is a good day to book flights, usually.

Times:  We want to start orientation and workshops at 12 Noon on Thursday of each event.  There are hotels near the campus should you need to stay Wednesday night prior to the event. Sunday at 11 AM is when finish up, though we also recommend leaving yourself some time to say goodbye to each other.

Thanks so much for your support!

— Maury and Ben

About Maury Brown

After working as a marketing and communications executive for a Fortune 500 company, Maury Brown moved to the education sector, where she has more than 15 years experience designing curriculum, delivering and assessing instruction, and conducting research on engagement and learning with students in elementary school through graduate school. A diverse writer of fiction, poetry, and non-fiction with degrees in literature and creative writing from the University of Virginia, she is finishing her PhD in Rhetoric & Cultural Studies, researching larps as participatory design and interactive storytelling. She has been involved in role-playing games since the early 1990s.