Theatre Feste

Climate Change Theatre Action in Brno

Theatre Feste in Brno, Czech Republic, will present an evening of Climate Change Theatre plays and other texts on November 7, 2017 at Podobrazy Cafe.

Featured playwrights are:

Jordan Hall, RUBE GOLDBERG DEVICE FOR THE GENERATION OF HOPE
Sarena Parmar, THE RUBIK’S CUBE SOLUTION

Podobrazy Cafe
Brno, Czech Republic
7th of November, 20:00

New York University Abu Dhabi

(Play) a reading series

Initiated in Fall 2015 by Assistant Arts Professor Ayşan Çelik, New York University Abu Dhabi Theater Program’s (Play) a reading series is an ongoing curated engagement with scripted plays. From informal stop-and-start table-reads, to rehearsed public presentations followed by a panel of experts, and everything in between: (Play) is a chance for the NYUAD community to experience significant works of playwriting and the questions they ask about the world.

On October 8, 2017, at 8pm, in a singular (Play) event, we are proud to participate in Climate Change Theatre Action 2017 with staged readings, featuring students, faculty and staff, of the following plays:

Chantal Bilodeau, HOMO SAPIENS
Amahl Khouri, OH HOW WE LOVED OUR TUNA
Elaine Ávila, BRACKENDALE
Kasaya Manulevu, THE CALL
Hassan Abdulrazzak, AMERICAN NIGHTMARE
Abhishek Majumdar, 399
Keith Josef Adkins, F3s AND PURPLE FELDSPAR
Katie Pearl, APPRECIATION
Elyne Quan, POND LIFE
Maya Zbib, SARDINES
E.M. Lewis, START WHERE YOU ARE
Jordan Tannahill, NOCTURNE

Following the readings, we will also engage in a public conversation with a panel of climate change theater activists Sarah Cameron Sunde, Abhishek Majumdar and Una Chaudhuri, moderated by Environmental Studies and Public Policy Professor Sophia Kalantzakos.

Sonia Bature

Climate Change Theatre Action in Nigeria

Sonia Bature is working with young people ages 17-18 to present GODS OF OUR LANDS! by Achiro P. Olwoch at her house in Kaduna, Nigeria on November 1st.

Betty Butler

Informal Living Room Reading

Better Butler will gather with friends at her house to read the play SINGLE USE by Marcia Johnson, which inspired the artwork featured above.

Skokie, IL, USA
Sunday, October 8, 2017

Click here for more info or here for Betty’s Facebook page.