Climate Crisis: Action and the Arts in London

Soho Poly Basement 4–12 Little Titchfield Street, London

Join us in the Soho Poly Theatre for a very special University of Westminster and Being Human Festival event in conjunction with Climate Change Theatre Action, 2019 - a worldwide series of readings of short climate change plays to coincide with this autumn's UN Climate Change Conference. This lunchtime event begins with a reading of

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

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 – Allegheny College

Gladys Mullenix Black Theatre, Vukovich Center for Communication Arts Allegheny College, 520 N. Main Street, Meadville, PA

Students in CA 130 - Introduction to Theatre at Allegheny College in Meadville, Pennsylvania, will present the following short CCTA plays, dealing with the perils of climate change, environmental stewardship, and political action. Chantal Bilodeau – IT STARTS WITH ME Paula Cizmar – APPEALING Jodan Hall – THE DONATION Sunny Drake – ABSOLUTELY NOTHING OF ANY

What Can We Do: Climate Change Theatre Action at Towson University

Ruth Marder Studio Theater Center for the Arts, Towson University, 7700 Osler Dr, Towson, MD

Towson University will present ten Climate Change Theatre Action plays, produced, directed, and starring a company of student artists. Students will select their plays by December 2nd and on December 7th all of the company members will meet at 8 a.m. and block, memorize, rehearse, and produce the plays for an event at 7:00 p.m.


University of Virginia Department of Drama 109 Culbreth Road, Charlottesville, VA

The Virginia Players in Charlottesville, Virginia, are presenting a night of short plays, staged readings, films, and multimedia performances in order to continue the international conversation and fight for environmental justice.   This production features work by: Hassan Abdulrazzak – LAILA PINES FOR THE WOLF Chantal Bilodeau – IT STARTS WITH ME Sunny Drake –

Climate Change Theatre Action at Kean University

Kean University 1000 Morris Ave., Union, NJ

On December 10, Kean University in Union, New Jersey will present the following CCTA plays: Stephen Sewell– THE REASON, directed by Billy Leys Alister Emerson – SIX POLAR BEARS FELL OUT OF THE SKY THIS MORNING, directed by Ray Coughlin Philip Braithwaite – ICE FLOW, directed by David Rivera, Jr. Joan Lipkin – ABOUT THAT

Climate Change Theatre Action at Unity College

Unity College 90 Quaker Hill Road, Unity, ME

Plays will be read in Sam Collier's classes – Environmental World Literature and Introduction to Environmental Writing – and at the Student Activity Center at Unity College in Maine. The following plays will be included: Elaine Ávila – THE ROOKERY Philip Braithwaite – ICE FLOW Alister Emerson – SIX POLAR BEARS FELL OUT OF THE

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 –

Playhouse Emissions: Climate Change Theatre Action St. Louis 2019

Mark Wilson Studio Theatre, Xavier Hall, St. Louis University 3733 W Pine Mall, St. Louis, MO

Why are some young couples forgoing having children? Where does that chocolate bar come from? How might certain media outlets spin a climate change emergency? See these themes and more explored in this edition of "Playhouse Emissions: Climate Change Theatre Action St. Louis 2019"! Hosted by That Uppity Theatre Company in association with Saint Louis

Lighting the Way: Climate Change Theatre Action in San Diego

La Jolla Community Center 6811 La Jolla Blvd, La Jolla, CA

Sunday, December 15th and Tuesday, December 17th both at 7pm, the La Jolla Theatre Ensemble will present "Lighting the Way: Climate Change Theatre Action in San Diego," a staged reading of one dozen short plays and stories, selected from 50 commissioned works as part of the bi-annual global event. The program will include climate change-themed

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 Theatre Action 2019: Lighting the Way in Nanjing, PRC

NIO House (Xinjiekou branch) No. 75 Zhongshan Road, Gulou District, Nanjing, PRC

Climate Change Theatre Action - Nanjing 星期一,12月16日,7:30pm Monday, December 16th, 7:30 pm Venue: NIO Home, Xinjiekou, Nanjing, PRC Featuring performers, writers, and directors from around Nanjing and Shanghai (and remotely from New Zealand and the United States), CCTA Nanjing will showcase staged readings of CCTA plays and original pieces, ending in a discussion between the

Climate Change Theatre Action at CSU Bakersfield

CSUB Doré Arena Theatre 9001 Stockdale Highway, Bakersfield, CA

Scene Study students at California State University-Bakersfield will present seven plays as their final project. Members from the CSUB Sustainability Team have been invited to attend. The selected plays are: Six Polar Bears Fell out of the Sky This Morning - Alister Emerson Failed Experiment - Vitor Jatobá English Please - Marcia Johnson About That

CCTA Studio Performance in Weilheim

Gymnasium Weilheim Weilheim in Oberbayern

On December 18th, 2019, our school's theatre group performs five different plays from the CCTA portfolio: Chantal Bilodeau's "It starts with me", Stephen Sewell's "The Reason", Hassan Abdulrazzak's "Laila Pines for the Wolf", Vitor Jatobá's "Failed Experiment" and Joan Lipkin's "About a Chocolate Bar". Some of the plays are put on stage in their original

[NERVOUS LAUGHTER] – Climate Change Theatre Action Singapore

Haque Centre of Acting and Creativity 89A Desker Road

Climate Change Theatre Action and Method Productions Present:   - A showcase of plays, spoken word poetry, & general revelry in defiance of, due to, and despite climate crisis. End of the world got you gloomy? Have the blues from the widespread destruction of all that is green and good in the world? Feeling overwhelmed


Art Meets Climate Change

Readings of five climate change plays followed by small group discussion of climate change actions, and distribution of the Sustainability Pledge asking people to take responsibility for at least one new climate action. The plays: Philip Braithwaite – ICE FLOW Jordan Hall – THE DONATION by Elspeth Tilley – LIN AND ASH Maryann Karanja – BIRTHDAY

Art Meets Climate Change

Readings of five climate change plays followed by small group discussion of climate change actions, and distribution of the Sustainability Pledge asking people to take responsibility for at least one new climate action. The plays: Philip Braithwaite – ICE FLOW Jordan Hall – THE DONATION by Elspeth Tilley – LIN AND ASH Maryann Karanja – BIRTHDAY

Climate Change Theatre Action St. Louis 2021

Various Galleries McPherson Ave., St. Louis, Missouri

A true community event featuring theatre, dance performances and community tabling. Participants will move around while plays are performed in rotation in the four galleries, dance performances, community tabling and voter registration outside. Featured Playwrights: Joan Lipkin - ABOUT THAT CHOCOLATE BAR, HOW DARE YOU: A THEATRICAL ADAPTATION OF GRETA THUNBERG'S ADDRESS TO THE UNElaine