With a little advance planning, conversation, and modest investment in resources, we can (and must) use our creativity for good.
Working for a more sustainable, integral life onstage and off may be its own reward.
A unique New Orleans residency puts artists close to both the power and the danger of nature.
Want to adopt more environmentally friendly theatre practices? There’s a lot of work to do, but luckily there are plenty of resources to help.
This summer the Ashland theatre faced dozens of cancelled and moved performances and some personnel attrition.
It had science, it had art—in other words, the Civilians’ ‘Great Immensity’ was a perfect target for conservatives. Its director, Steve Cosson, responds.
What started as a North American short-play project around last year’s Paris talks blossomed into an ongoing worldwide effort.
At the Bushwick Starr, Superhero Clubhouse crafts eco-theatre edutainment with Brooklyn students, fighting climate change one play at a time.
With a playful play on a serious topic, Sullivan County’s resident devised-theatre company hopes to change the dialogue around the environment.
Climate change is real, and the results will be catastrophic. Scientists are collaborating with theatre artists such as the Civilians and Cynthia Hopkins to spread the word.