February 24 @ 5:39 pm
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, MY
Yvette Nolan – RANGER
David Finnigan – ALL OF US WERE BORN IN THE CRISIS
as well as two songs by Olivia Gregorich:
“Newsflash: A Climate Protest Song”
“Evensong (for Hope in Crisis)”
For the second half of our event, come learn more with us as Executive Director of Plant Chicago, Jonathan Pereira, shares about the benefits of circular economies in relation to curbing climate change.
“We’re working to make our cities healthier and more efficient by developing and sharing the most innovative methods for sustainable food production, energy conservation and material reuse. … At its essence, the concept of a circular economy is meant to tackle the following problem: we live in a world of finite resources yet we are operating as if there are infinite resources to consume.”
— Plant Chicago
We think their mission is a great way to empower yourself towards a better future for Chicago, and the planet. We hope you’ll join us for an afternoon in a safe place featuring some plays, some music, some discussion, and a little action. Check out our livestream. A huge thank you to our partners Climate Change Theatre Action, Plant Chicago, and Hopleaf Bar.
Proof of Vaccination Required
Only ages 21 and up allowed, due to the venue
2nd floor space only accessible via stairs
Livestream details on Eventbrite
Suggested donation of $20 to Plant Chicago. Learn more here.