Take Ten for Climate Change

Carnegie Mellon School of Drama Pittsburgh, PA, United States

During the week of October 23, all instructors in the Carnegie Mellon School of Drama have pledged to "take ten minutes for climate change" in each of their classes and read aloud one of the plays from the Climate Change Theatre Action collection. The aim of this event is to open a school-wide conversation on

Hot Mess

San Jose City College San Jose, CA, United States

San Jose City College Theatre Arts presents "Hot Mess" on Nov 3, 4, and 5, directed by Leyla Modirzadeh. Featured playwrights are: Lynn Rosen, DOT TO DOT TO DOT Elaine Ávila, BRACKENDALE Elyne Quan, POND LIFE E.M. Lewis, START WHERE YOU ARE Lisa Schlesinger, MINOR FLOOD , MAJOR CONSTELLATION: SIRIUS AND THE CARTOGRAPHER MAP THE


Seaver Theater Large Studio, Pomona College Department of Theatre For The Claremont Colleges 300 East Bonita, Claremont, CA, United States

Actors and students from Theatre and American Society, Beginning Acting and Theatre, and Environmental Activism at Pomona College are teaming up with EnviroLab Asia to present plays from Climate Change Theatre Action, followed by a panel with Chantal Bilodeau and other Academics to discuss the environmental and social issues that affect our global society today. Featured

Climate Change Theatre Action Greenfield

Greenfield, MA Greenfield, MA, United States

Greening Greenfield and Local Access are proud to present Climate Change Theatre Action Greenfield: Lighting the Way, a series of public readings and performances which will be held over several weekends this autumn. The series debuts on Sunday, Oct. 13, 3 p.m., at the Great Falls International Word Festival, with short plays by playwrights from

Take Ten for Climate Change at the Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama

Purnell Center for the Arts 5000 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh, PA, United States

Each instructor in the School of Drama at Carnegie Mellon University will set aside 10 minutes in each course they teach during the week of November 4 to have students read aloud, or in some way perform, a short climate change play (and, if time permits, have a brief discussion of the play). The aim

Visions and Voices Presents CCTA – How To Create Your Own Environmental Justice Event

USC Lewis Hall 650 Childs Way, Los Angeles, CA, United States

CCTA - How To Create Your Own Environmental Justice Event is one part of a two-part climate change action at the University of Southern California; this first day of CCTA includes student-driven readings of the 2019 CCTA plays, plus an interactive workshop given by our honored guest speaker, Chantal Bilodeau, who will talk to participants

Eco-Design Charrette

Triga Studio 77 Florence Street, Toronto, ON, Canada

Triga Creative & The Centre for Sustainable Practice in the Arts are hosting their inaugural Eco-Design Charrette between December 2nd - 20th, 2019 at Triga Studio in the Parkdale neighbourhood of Toronto. The Eco-Design Charrette aims to fuel each participant with the knowledge and inspiration needed to design with an ecological consciousness. Through rapid design

Climate Change Theatre Action in Amherst, MA

Bangs Community Center 70 Boltwood Walk, Amherst, MA, United States

Common Share Food Co-op is proud to bring the international Climate Change Theatre Action project to the Amherst community in an effort to participate in a global movement for climate justice! We will be hosting a staged reading of 5-minute plays focusing on food justice and community resilience under the theme, “Lighting the Way;” celebrating

Art for Earth

Essenza e- Teatro Via Moncenisio, 10, Corigliano D'otranto Lecce, Italy

MaldEstro school for actors from Alibi Theatre in collaboration with other members of the community is responding to the call of ‘’Climate Change Theater Action’’. We are organising an event in the historic center of Corigliano d’Otranto, in the heart of Salento, a rural area in South Italy. We have organised an intensive weekend workshop