Climate Change Theatre Action Greenfield

Greenfield, MA Greenfield, MA

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

Lighting the Way: Nine Short Plays That Stubbornly Celebrate a Sustainable Future

Mississippi Valley Textile Museum 3 Rosamond Street East, Almonte, Ontario

Come and see a creative collaboration between 40 locals age 10-65, and then join us afterwards for an opportunity to eat snacks and connect with local initiatives that are addressing climate change Plays include 4 new pieces co-created by 15 Almonte community members, plus international work commissioned by CCTA.   Plays include: Sunny Drake –

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

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

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

Water Radio: Reading Camp

Wellness and Recreation Center, Wolfe University Center, Biscayne Bay Campus of Florida International University 3000 NE 151st Street, North Miami Beach, FL

Water Radio: Reading Camp is a series of literary kayak excursions directed by artist Fereshteh Toosi in collaboration with O, Miami Poetry Festival. The November and December outings on Biscayne Bay will feature Climate Change Theatre Action plays, poetry, and eco-acoustics with an underwater microphone followed by a campfire and s'mores. Water Radio: Reading Camp

Performing Climate Change in Hamburg, Germany

University of Hamburg Überseering 35, Hamburg

Twenty-four students from the Institute of English and American Studies at the University of Hamburg will perform eight plays over the course of two days on campus. The plays we have chosen to perform are: Chantal Bilodeau – IT STARTS WITH ME Andrea Lepcio – IF NOT NOW Mary Kathryn Nagle – AMERICA'S FIRST ENVIRONMENTALISTS

Climate Change Theatre Action at Harvard

The Signet Society 46 Dunster Street, Cambridge, MA

We will be doing a reading of several CCTA plays at the Signet Society, Harvard's Arts and Letters Honor Society. Caridad Svich – A LETTER FROM THE OCEAN Julie McKee – A HOLIDAY ON ICE IN A WARM CLIMATE Katie Pearl – THE EARTH'S BLUE HEART Afterwards, we will hold a discussion about potential actions

Eco-Design Charrette

Triga Studio 77 Florence Street, Toronto, ON

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

An Evening of Action Theatre

Siena College 515 Loudon Rd, Loudonville, NY

A collection of short plays with the theme of climate change, produced by Free Culture Invisible, will be presented at Siena College, New York, to inform and promote awareness about the dire state of our planet and raise consciousness about every individual’s responsibility to preserve the environment for the future generations.   The plays are:

ClimateAct : An Open Play Reading

Main Street Landing Black Box Theater 60 Lake Street, Burlington, VT

In Tandem Arts and 350Vermont are hosting a Climate Change Theatre Action at Main Street Landing's Black Box Theater. Aligned with COP25 (25th United Nations Convention on Climate Change), the event is a theater forum for climate change dialogue and an open reading of short plays.   NO PERFORMANCE EXPERIENCE REQUIRED. Actors, non-actors and viewers are

Climate Change Theatre Action Day: Sonoma County, California

The Arlene Francis Center for Art, Politics and Spirit 99 6th Street Historic Railroad Square, Santa Rosa, CA

This will be a full day event with: Theatre Music Visual Art Food and drink Speakers: Local scientists and climate activists Discussion Pledges of commitment to climate protection Interactive art/exhibits Live Bee exhibit Science exhibits We will be performing: Chantal Bilodeau – IT STARTS WITH ME Hassan Abdulrazzak – LAILA PINES FOR THE WOLF Lana

Lighting the Way: Six Plays That Invite Us to Participate in a Global Conversation, to Talk to Each Other for a While About Our World, Our Environment, Our Earth

Faulkner Gallery Santa Barbara Public Library 40 East Anapamu Street, Santa Barbara, CA

DramaDogs is excited to perform six plays by six powerful playwrights addressing various and thought-provoking issues around our climate, our environment, our world. Partnering with the Santa Barbara Public Library, we will weave together the plays with movement and music creating a seamless theatrical event. Our post show discussion will allow the audience and the

NYU Abu Dhabi Theater Program’s Climate Change Theatre Action Readings

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

NYUAD Theater Program's Climate Change Theatre Action Readings is a sundown reading of seven CCTA plays read by six Theater Program seniors. This event is staged at the heart of the university under its iconic palm trees and followed by a climate action conversation between NYUAD Theater Program Head, Tomi Tsunoda, and visiting scholar and

Climate Change Theatre Action: Lighting the Way

The Berrie Center at Ramapo College of NJ 505 Ramapo Valley Rd, Mahwah, NJ

Ramapo College’s "Exploring Issues Through Performance" First Year Seminar joins with the global initiative Climate Change Theatre Action to present “Lighting the Way,” an evening of short eco play readings and performances. Additional events include a workshop with the co-founder of CCTA, playwright Chantal Bilodeau, who will also offer a lunchtime talk and presentation about

Lighting The Way: Climate Change Theatre Action in Calgary, Alberta

Arts Commons, Motel Theatre 205 8 Ave SE, Calgary, Alberta

Lighting The Way is a one-night-only event in collaboration with Climate Change Theatre Action 2019. Experience short plays by international playwrights who approach the topic of climate change from imaginative and diverse points of view. Audiences will be invited to participate in Long Table discussions throughout the evening. Join us for a night of theatre

Climate Change Theatre Action Fraser Valley

University of the Fraser Valley (B101, Abbotsford Campus) 33844 King Rd, Abbotsford, British Columbia

The University of Fraser Valley will present a one-day event that includes casting, rehearsal, a staged reading for a live audience, and a talk forward circle facilitated by theatre and biology faculty. Featured playwrights are: Philip Braithwaite – ICE FLOW Matthew Paul Olmos – STARING HER DOWN Yvette Nolan – BREATHING SPACE Stephen Sewell –

“Your House is on Fire”

Sequoyah Hall at Mount Sequoyah 150 N Skyline Drive, Fayetteville, AR

ArkansasStaged joins international theater movement Climate Change Theatre Action to bring Northwest Arkansas an immersive staged reading at Mt. Sequoyah’s Great Hall. Funny, foreboding, and absurd, "Your House is on Fire" presents several 5-minute plays: Katie Pearl – THE EARTH’S BLUE HEART Caridad Svich – A LETTER FROM THE OCEAN Yvette Nolan – BREATHING SPACE


Art for Earth

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

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

Climate Change Action Theatre in Cumberland, British Columbia

Abbey Studio 2698 Penrith Ave, Cumberland, British Columbia

Join Forest Stories Collective and Elevate for a staged reading event of short plays connected to critical climate change and resiliency themes. Dark, funny, through proving, irreverent and hopeful. The Forest Stories Collective and Elevate are part of a global participatory theatre project with hundreds of organizations across the planet reading from select plays through


Lighting the Way

The Myers House (private residence) Saint Helena, CA

This event is an immersive experience in a suburban home in Saint Helena, California. Guests will gather indoors and outdoors for plays happening simultaneously in separate spaces, becoming isolated and ultimately unified. At the plays' conclusion, we will toast the winter solstice, muse on the plays' narratives, and pool our collective resources – to discover