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 at UFV

University of the Fraser Valley – Online 33844 King Road, Abbotsford, British Columbia

UFV Theatre presents the first production of its 2021-2022 theatre season, Climate Change Theatre Action 2021, directed by visiting guest artist Elaine Ávila.  UFV Theatre is excited to create theatrical videos of ten of these short and engaging plays, launching a restart to creating, rehearsing, and designing theatre live and in person. Students are utilizing

Free

Climate Change Theatre Action at UFV

University of the Fraser Valley – Online 33844 King Road, Abbotsford, British Columbia

UFV Theatre presents the first production of its 2021-2022 theatre season, Climate Change Theatre Action 2021, directed by visiting guest artist Elaine Ávila.  UFV Theatre is excited to create theatrical videos of ten of these short and engaging plays, launching a restart to creating, rehearsing, and designing theatre live and in person. Students are utilizing

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Across Ocean Arts’ Climate Change Theatre Action

Across Ocean Arts – Presented Online Toronto, Ontario

in cooperation with the Changent Circle   Calling all creatives and those who enjoy experiencing the lively arts! Join us for an evening 'in' at the theatre with a very special Changent Circle this November. Climate is centre stage and the audience is invited to create the scene. Join us on November 26 from 7-9pm for

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Climate Change Theatre Action at UFV

University of the Fraser Valley – Online 33844 King Road, Abbotsford, British Columbia

UFV Theatre presents the first production of its 2021-2022 theatre season, Climate Change Theatre Action 2021, directed by visiting guest artist Elaine Ávila.  UFV Theatre is excited to create theatrical videos of ten of these short and engaging plays, launching a restart to creating, rehearsing, and designing theatre live and in person. Students are utilizing

Free

Climate Change Theatre Action, Downriver Michigan

Undisclosed venue Detroit, MI

Our event consists of 20 student actors, seven student crew, and four student directors. In addition to the 14 CCTA plays selected, students wrote four of their own, including WALTZ OF THE FLOWERS, WHAT IS CLIMATE CHANGE?, WHAT I LOVE MOST (ABOUT EARTH), and WHAT CAN I DO. In WHAT CAN I DO, the students

Donations accepted

Climate Change Theatre Action, Downriver Michigan

Undisclosed venue Detroit, MI

Our event consists of 20 student actors, seven student crew, and four student directors. In addition to the 14 CCTA plays selected, students wrote four of their own, including WALTZ OF THE FLOWERS, WHAT IS CLIMATE CHANGE?, WHAT I LOVE MOST (ABOUT EARTH), and WHAT CAN I DO. In WHAT CAN I DO, the students

Donations accepted

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

Climate Change Theatre Action, Downriver Michigan

Undisclosed venue Detroit, MI

Our event consists of 20 student actors, seven student crew, and four student directors. In addition to the 14 CCTA plays selected, students wrote four of their own, including WALTZ OF THE FLOWERS, WHAT IS CLIMATE CHANGE?, WHAT I LOVE MOST (ABOUT EARTH), and WHAT CAN I DO. In WHAT CAN I DO, the students

Donations accepted

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

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

Climate Change Theatre Action in Calgary, Alberta

Engineered Air Theatre, Arts Commons 234 9 Ave SE, Calgary, Alberta

Downstage and Climate Change Theatre Action Present An Evening of Short Plays & Panel Discussion in Calgary, Alberta What might an equitable, sustainable, decarbonized, and just society look like? Downstage's Climate Change Theatre Action, a live staged-reading of short plays on December 9 & 10th, tackles the challenging conversation around climate change and taps into

Pay What You Will

Climate Change Theatre Action in Calgary, Alberta

Engineered Air Theatre, Arts Commons 234 9 Ave SE, Calgary, Alberta

Downstage and Climate Change Theatre Action Present An Evening of Short Plays & Panel Discussion in Calgary, Alberta What might an equitable, sustainable, decarbonized, and just society look like? Downstage's Climate Change Theatre Action, a live staged-reading of short plays on December 9 & 10th, tackles the challenging conversation around climate change and taps into

Pay What You Will

Climate Change Theatre Action Chicago

Hopleaf Bar 5148 North Clark Street, Chicago, IL

Climate Change Theatre Action Chicago is excited to share three 5-minute plays with live music in conjunction with a local partner, Plant Chicago. Our program will include: Keith Barker – APOLOGY, MYYvette Nolan – RANGERDavid Finnigan – ALL OF US WERE BORN IN THE CRISIS  as well as two songs by Olivia Gregorich: "Newsflash: A

Suggested Donation

A Pathway to Change

Walking Path by the St. Helena Library Library Ln & Adams St, St. Helena, CA

A Pathway to Change will be an easy-access walking experience featuring plays, poems, and speeches by climate-focused locals, culminating in an opportunity to chat with speakers and fellow audience members over a cup of cider. The event will be in English and Spanish, featuring pieces by: Keith Barker – APOLOGY, MYNicolas Billon – THE PENGUINHanna

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Underneath It All

New Harlem Productions website Hamilton, Ontario

Underneath it all is what we already know. The ways the earth could heal itself, if we let it. The knowledge of those closest to the land. We consider how to act on the offerings in front of us with four short plays selected from The Arctic Cycle’s global initiative: Climate Change Theatre Action: Keith

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Climate Change Theatre Action 2021 – in La Jolla, California

La Jolla Public Library 7555 Draper Avenue, La Jolla, CA

The La Jolla Theatre Ensemble (LJTE) will present a staged reading of 15 short plays, monologues, and prose-pieces about climate change and the imperative that we act more boldly to address it. From CCTA's 50 commissioned works, LJTE Producing Artistic Director John Tessmer has selected works by: Paula Cizmar – THE PAGEANT David Finnigan –

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Underneath It All

New Harlem Productions website Hamilton, Ontario

Underneath it all is what we already know. The ways the earth could heal itself, if we let it. The knowledge of those closest to the land. We consider how to act on the offerings in front of us with four short plays selected from The Arctic Cycle’s global initiative: Climate Change Theatre Action: Keith

Free

Underneath It All

New Harlem Productions website Hamilton, Ontario

Underneath it all is what we already know. The ways the earth could heal itself, if we let it. The knowledge of those closest to the land. We consider how to act on the offerings in front of us with four short plays selected from The Arctic Cycle’s global initiative: Climate Change Theatre Action: Keith

Free

Theatre Action at the Musée d’ethnographie de Genève

Musée d'ethnographie de Genève Boulevard Carl-Vogt 67 CH, Geneva, German Genf

The Compagnie Sans N presents a public performance of four plays by Indigenous playwrights as part of the exhibition 'Environmental Injustice: Indigenous Peoples' Alternative' at the Musée d'ethnographie de Genève. The performance will take place at the museum during Museum Night on May 21, 2022. Featured playwrights are: Madeline Sayet – WHAT WE GIVE BACKDylan

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