(Play) a reading series

New York University Abu Dhabi NYU Abu Dhabi Saadiyat Campus, Central Palms, P.O. Box 129188, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

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

Opportunities on Thin Ice: Climate Change Theatre Action

McGuire Theatre, Warner Pacific College 2219 SE 68th Ave, Portland, OR, United States

This event is Warner Pacific’s contribution to world-wide theatre actions taking place between Oct. 1 and Nov. 18 in support of this year’s international climate conference in Bonn, Germany. Fifty playwrights from twenty-five different cultures wrote five-minute plays in response to the question, “How can we turn the challenges of climate change into opportunities?” Several

Climate Change Theatre Action at Toronto Cold Reads

Social Capital Theatre 154 Danforth Ave., Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Five of this year’s 50 CCTA short plays were written by Toronto playwrights. Come on out to Toronto Cold Reads and see how they were inspired by climate change. Jordan Tannahill, NOCTURNE Elyne Quan, POND LIFE Sarena Parmar, THE RUBIK'S CUBE SOLUTION Marcia Johnson, SINGLE USE Anita Majumdar, WE (DON'T) DESERVE NICE THINGS We’ll also have our

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

Climate Change Theatre Action(s) at Quest University

Quest University 3200 University Blvd, Squamish, British Columbia, Canada

Under the supervision of Elaine Ávila, students at Quest University will: Read all 50 CCTA plays; Do in depth readings, analysis and discussion of YOU SHOULD KNOW BETTER by Vinicius Jatobá; Research and write papers on: - Catherine Banks, THE PROJECT HOPE - Philip Braithwaite, SWING AMONG THE STARS - Mindi Dickstein, EL TORO SAGRADO

Climate Change Theatre Action in Albuquerque

Vortex Theatre 2900 Carlisle Blvd. NE, Albuquerque, NM, United States

A live reading of new short plays will be presented at the Vortex Theatre on Saturday, November 4 at 3:00 pm. Featured playwrights are : Greencard Wedding, INFINITE WATER Vinicius Jatobá, YOU SHOULD KNOW BETTER Hiro Kanagawa, GAIA Abhishek Majumdar, 399 Kasaya Manulevu, THE CALL Shahid Nadeem, THE LAST TREE Katie Pearl, APPRECIATION Stephen Sewell,

The Climate Change Theatre Action Project – AN INTERACTIVE NIGHT OF CONSCIOUS THEATER

The Wilbury Theatre Group 40 Sonoma Ct, Providence, RI, United States

The Wilbury Theatre Group is proud to be the leading Rhode Island theater participating in Climate Change Theatre Action 2017. Join us for staged readings of 20 plays from acclaimed international playwrights and theater artists, spanning age, race, gender, continents, and artistic mediums for one purpose: to bring attention to the issue of climate change


MATCH | Midtown Arts Theatre Center Houston 3400 Main Street, Houston, TX, United States

Luciole International Theatre Company presents Celsius, a mixed media production featuring a collection of short plays by contemporary playwrights from across the globe as part of Climate Change Theatre Action 2017. The pieces contain video, photography, art projection, and original music for a true celebration of science and the human spirit. When thinking about contemporary

Climate Change Theatre Action in Shangai

Shanghai, China Shanghai, China

One World Theatre in Shanghai, China will be presenting two evenings of over a dozen short performances ranging from plays to music to poetry to drag to aerial dance. In addition, we will host a matinee of local high school and college student performances. Our events, held on November 11 and 12, 2017 will include

Climate Change Theatre Action by Pi Theatre & The Only Animal

The Revue Stage Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Pi Theatre and The Only Animal will be producing an afternoon of artistic response to climate change by some of Vancouver's finest artists. CCTA plays slated to be performed are: Kendra Fanconi, IDEA MOOSE Jordan Tannahill, NOCTURNE Plus many more!

Eco-Performance and Climate Change Theater Action

Boston Conservatory at Berklee 8 Fenway, Boston, MA, United States

Our event will feature student pieces of theatre, film, and movement that explore a range of issues, including habitat mismanagement, animal migration, captivity, and extinction, fast fashion, and the links between food and land and the other-than-human world. We will be including readings of pieces contributed as part of CCTA, including: Jordan Hall, RUBE GOLDBERG

Climate Change Theatre Action – Chicago

The Pride Arts Center 4147 N. Broadway, Chicago, IL, United States

A Curated Conversation A multi-disciplinary international event with artists from across the world. Featuring virtual reality, dance, puppetry, readings and live performances, and a call to activism. Join us in an interactive international event developed with artists from China, France, Italy, Slovakia, Spain, The United Kingdom, Canada, across the United States and Chicago supporting individual

Climate Change II Festival

TheaterLab 357 W. 36th St, New York, NY, United States

On November 15th, MultiStages will present Climate Change II Festival, with short plays from Uganda, Canada, India, Brazil, Colombia and the US. Proceeds will benefit hurricane relief efforts for the people of Puerto Rico. Directed by Lorca Peress and choreographed by Jennifer Chin. Festival participants will be announced on MultiStages' website. Climate Change Theatre Action

Theatre for Social Justice

Creighton University Creighton Studio Theatre Omaha, NE, United States

Amy Lane, PhD, assistant professor and coordinator of Creighton’s theatre and dance programs in the Department of Fine and Performing Arts, is teaching the Theatre for Social Justice class focused on climate change and culminating in a November 17 performance of CCTA plays. With guest appearances from Creighton faculty and administration, the nine students in

The Spaces Between Us

Brandeis University Walham, MA, United States

The Spaces Between Us is a series of short plays presented by Brandeis Department of Theater Arts that seek to examine how we move forward in addressing the issue of climate change. The plays ask questions such as: "What does environmental action look like in an individual?" "How do frogs feel about increasing global temperatures?" “What

Climate Change Theatre Action in Wales

Chapter Arts Centre Cardiff, South Wales, United Kingdom

Co-produced by Dr Márta Minier and Prof Giuliano Premier with USW BA Theatre and Drama students. On November 21, the University of South Wales in Cardiff, Wales will present a Climate Change Theatre Action event featuring the following playwrights: Maya Zbib, SARDINES Philip Braithwaite, SWING AMONG THE STARS Chantal Bilodeau, HOMO SAPIENS Ian Rowlands, BOTTOM

Climate Change Theatre Action on KUNM Radio

University of New Mexico Albuquerque, NM, United States

On November 12, Camino Real will join the worldwide Climate Change Theatre Action presenting an hour of radio plays on KUNM’s Radio Theatre. We are to record at KUNM, University of New Mexico campus, on November 5 and then broadcast on Radio Theatre on November 12. Valli Marie Rivera is directing. Featured playwrights are :

Introduction to Playwriting, Douglas College

Anvil Centre 777 Columbia St, New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada

The Introduction to Playwriting class at Douglas College, led by playwright Elaine Ávila, will be reading plays by three CCTA playwrights: Elaine Ávila – THE ROOKERY Kiara Rivera – KUKU KUKUI Jordan Tannahill – NOCTURNE