Climate Change Theatre Action 2021: A Global Green New Deal

The LAVA Center 324 Main Street, Greenfield, Massachusetts

The LAVA Center is proud to present Climate Change Theatre Action 2021, a series of readings of climate change-themed short plays, open for all community members to participate in. This is LAVA’s third time affiliating with CCTA. The LAVA Center invites all community members, regardless of their theatrical experience, to join us in reading the

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Climate Change Theatre Action 2021: A Global Green New Deal

The LAVA Center 324 Main Street, Greenfield, Massachusetts

The LAVA Center is proud to present Climate Change Theatre Action 2021, a series of readings of climate change-themed short plays, open for all community members to participate in. This is LAVA’s third time affiliating with CCTA. The LAVA Center invites all community members, regardless of their theatrical experience, to join us in reading the

Free

Climate Change Theatre Action 2021: A Global Green New Deal

The LAVA Center 324 Main Street, Greenfield, Massachusetts

The LAVA Center is proud to present Climate Change Theatre Action 2021, a series of readings of climate change-themed short plays, open for all community members to participate in. This is LAVA’s third time affiliating with CCTA. The LAVA Center invites all community members, regardless of their theatrical experience, to join us in reading the

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I won’t do it again, mom! CCTA in Serbia

Faculty of Dramatic Arts Bulevar umetnosti 20, Belgrade

The performance centres on six plays that address the issue of climate change from different perspectives directed by Iva Olujic. The plays explore human responsibility, awareness, actions, and potential scenarios, or broach a perspective through the lens of the past. Since the texts have different forms, performance is an audio–visual–performative form that combines different theatrical

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Climate Change Theatre Action 2021: A Global Green New Deal

The LAVA Center 324 Main Street, Greenfield, Massachusetts

The LAVA Center is proud to present Climate Change Theatre Action 2021, a series of readings of climate change-themed short plays, open for all community members to participate in. This is LAVA’s third time affiliating with CCTA. The LAVA Center invites all community members, regardless of their theatrical experience, to join us in reading the

Free

Climate Change Theatre Action 2021: A Global Green New Deal

The LAVA Center 324 Main Street, Greenfield, Massachusetts

The LAVA Center is proud to present Climate Change Theatre Action 2021, a series of readings of climate change-themed short plays, open for all community members to participate in. This is LAVA’s third time affiliating with CCTA. The LAVA Center invites all community members, regardless of their theatrical experience, to join us in reading the

Free

Climate Change Theatre Action 2021: A Global Green New Deal

The LAVA Center 324 Main Street, Greenfield, Massachusetts

The LAVA Center is proud to present Climate Change Theatre Action 2021, a series of readings of climate change-themed short plays, open for all community members to participate in. This is LAVA’s third time affiliating with CCTA. The LAVA Center invites all community members, regardless of their theatrical experience, to join us in reading the

Free

Climate Change Theatre Action 2021: A Global Green New Deal

The LAVA Center 324 Main Street, Greenfield, Massachusetts

The LAVA Center is proud to present Climate Change Theatre Action 2021, a series of readings of climate change-themed short plays, open for all community members to participate in. This is LAVA’s third time affiliating with CCTA. The LAVA Center invites all community members, regardless of their theatrical experience, to join us in reading the

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When Do We Want It? Now!: Climate Change Theatre Action in Hamburg, Germany

Universität Hamburg, Audimax Von-Melle-Park 4, Hamburg, Lower Saxony, Schleswig-Holstein, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

Members of the University Players – a student theatre group at the University of Hamburg, Germany – will present the following CCTA plays: Caity-Shea Violette – BEDTIME STORY FOR MY (FUTURE) DAUGHTERKeith Barker – APOLOGY, MYThomas Peterson – PAYING FOR ITChris Thorpe – NOT BECAUSE WE'RE GOODNicolas Billon – THE PENGUIN  In addition to the

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Chainge Reaction

Palomar College Studio Theatre 1140 W. Mission Rd, San Marcos

The accelerating chain reaction of extreme climate events can only be countered by an equal and opposite change reaction of people dedicated to transformation.   Experience a dynamic selection of short plays from around the world, written to capture the potential of this urgent historical moment.  The performances use humor, poetry, absurdity, physicality and drama

Pay What You Can

Climate Change Theatre Action: Directing 1 Class

Brooks Center for the Performing Arts 141 Jersey Lane, Clemson, SC

The Clemson Players at Clemson University, in conjunction with the Directing 1 class, are producing a climate change-focused theatre event on Thursday, December 2 in the Bellamy Theatre. We’re excited to be partnering with Climate Change Theatre Action 2021, a dynamic organization that commissioned 5-minute plays from 50 playwrights around the world to speak to

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Chainge Reaction

Palomar College Studio Theatre 1140 W. Mission Rd, San Marcos

The accelerating chain reaction of extreme climate events can only be countered by an equal and opposite change reaction of people dedicated to transformation.   Experience a dynamic selection of short plays from around the world, written to capture the potential of this urgent historical moment.  The performances use humor, poetry, absurdity, physicality and drama

Pay What You Can

Winter Shorts Festival

Arts Umbrella Jack and Darlene Poole Theatre 1400 Johnston St., Granville Island, Vancouver, British Columbia

The Arts Umbrella Theatre, Music, & Film department presents our annual Winter Shorts Festival from December 3-5 in the Jack and Darlene Poole Theatre located on Granville Island. The festival showcases the talent of the students in our Year Long Theatre Programs and will include both original work created by the students inspired by the

$15

Chainge Reaction

Palomar College Studio Theatre 1140 W. Mission Rd, San Marcos

The accelerating chain reaction of extreme climate events can only be countered by an equal and opposite change reaction of people dedicated to transformation.   Experience a dynamic selection of short plays from around the world, written to capture the potential of this urgent historical moment.  The performances use humor, poetry, absurdity, physicality and drama

Pay What You Can

Winter Shorts Festival

Arts Umbrella Jack and Darlene Poole Theatre 1400 Johnston St., Granville Island, Vancouver, British Columbia

The Arts Umbrella Theatre, Music, & Film department presents our annual Winter Shorts Festival from December 3-5 in the Jack and Darlene Poole Theatre located on Granville Island. The festival showcases the talent of the students in our Year Long Theatre Programs and will include both original work created by the students inspired by the

$15

Chainge Reaction

Palomar College Studio Theatre 1140 W. Mission Rd, San Marcos

The accelerating chain reaction of extreme climate events can only be countered by an equal and opposite change reaction of people dedicated to transformation.   Experience a dynamic selection of short plays from around the world, written to capture the potential of this urgent historical moment.  The performances use humor, poetry, absurdity, physicality and drama

Pay What You Can

Winter Shorts Festival

Arts Umbrella Jack and Darlene Poole Theatre 1400 Johnston St., Granville Island, Vancouver, British Columbia

The Arts Umbrella Theatre, Music, & Film department presents our annual Winter Shorts Festival from December 3-5 in the Jack and Darlene Poole Theatre located on Granville Island. The festival showcases the talent of the students in our Year Long Theatre Programs and will include both original work created by the students inspired by the

$15

A Future We Create

Town Hall Arts Center 2450 Main St, Littleton, CA

We are presenting a cabaret of plays and songs that tell an inspiring story that leads us into the future. Featured playwrights are: Nicolas Billon – THE PENGUINThomas Peterson – PAYING FOR ITAleya Kassam – LISTEN TO VANESSA NAKATEMark Rigney – SAMMIE & GRANCamila Le-Bert – 2079Nathan Ellis – US IN THE PASTJessica Huang –

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Climate Change Theatre Action in Evansville, IN

University of Evansville 1800 Lincoln Ave, Evansville, IN

Twelve student directors take over the University of Evansville campus to stage 21 Climate Change Theatre Action plays to present problems and open realistic conversations in the community about possible solutions to the climate crisis. Join the University of Evansville Theatre directing students as they combine theatre making and activism to create an actionable dialogue,

Free

Climate Change Theatre Action in Evansville, IN

University of Evansville 1800 Lincoln Ave, Evansville, IN

Twelve student directors take over the University of Evansville campus to stage 21 Climate Change Theatre Action plays to present problems and open realistic conversations in the community about possible solutions to the climate crisis. Join the University of Evansville Theatre directing students as they combine theatre making and activism to create an actionable dialogue,

Free