Climate Change Theatre Action at Iowa State University

Iowa State University 527 Farmhouse Lane, Ames, IA

Presented in partnership with the MFA Program in Creative Writing & Environment, Ames Public Library, ISU Theatre, and ISU Office of Sustainability. Featured playwrights: Katie Pearl, APPRECIATION Lynn Rosen, DOT TO DOT TO DOT Hiro Kanagawa, GAIA Lanxing Fu & Jeremy Pickard, HOME/RANGE Chantal Bilodeau, HOMO SAPIENS Greencard Wedding, INFINITE WATER David Paquet, KLEENEX Stephen Sewell, NEW MICHAEL Amahl Khouri, OH HOW


Take Ten for Climate Change

Carnegie Mellon School of Drama Pittsburgh, PA

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

In/Visible’s Biannual Staged Reading Series

Greer Studio Theatre (ASU) 480 Howard St, Boone, NC

In/Visible Theatre is excited to be collaborating with Appalachian State University's Playcrafters Club this year, in In/Visible's biannual Staged Reading Series. This year we are honored to be presenting a number of short plays offered by the Climate Change Theatre Action, a worldwide series of performances of short plays dealing with issues surrounding Climate Change.

Climate Change Theatre Action in Shangai

Shanghai, China Shanghai

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

The Spaces Between Us

Brandeis University Walham, MA

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

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