Working for a more sustainable, integral life onstage and off may be its own reward.
Theatremakers may be uniquely qualified to lead the way to a regenerative culture of climate justice.
After millennia of conquest and destruction, we desperately need new myths of beauty and symbiosis.
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.
Finding ways to off-set the impact of international touring was a hot topic at recent TYA gatherings.
How green is your theatremaking? Here are some practical tips to make your work planet-friendly.
Gabrielle Reisman unearths up-to-the-minute issues—and some comic gold—in her time-hopping play about the Johnstown Flood.
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.