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Climate Change Theatre Action Chicago

Iris Sowlat Productions

08 Dec - 08 Nov 2015, 8:30 - 9:30pm

The Den Theatre, Illinois

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Climate Change Theatre Action / NoPassport / Theatre Without Borders

When

08 Dec - 08 Nov 2015
8:30 - 9:30pm

Where

The Den Theatre
1333 N. Milwuakee Avenue
Chicago, Illinois,  60622
United States
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A staged reading of 11 short plays, part of Climate Change Theatre Action, a theatre movement happening worldwide in November and December to raise awareness about climate change and ask us to re-evaluate our relationship with our planet.

Climate Change Theatre Action is a movement where, in conjunction with NoPassport and Theatre Without Borders, theatre artists around the globe are staging readings and performances of plays that deal with climate change during November and December of 2015.

This reading, one of at least three happening in Chicago, will be at The Den with Wicker Park.

Plays and playwrights include:

"Mother" by Chantal Bilondeau
"Original Fire" by Kevin Loring
"The Rain Has Gone Mad" by Sitawa Namwalie
"Frankie" by Catherien Banks
"Cathedra" by Caridad Svich
"Starving to Death in Midtown" by Mindi Dickstein
"Apocalypse" by Erik Ehn
"Where Has All The Water Gone?" by Arthur Kopit
"Flotsam" by Elspath Tilley
"The Seagull" by Staviana Stanescue
"Finale" by Kendra Falconi

Performers include:

Antonio Gracias, Kimmy Higginbotham, Colin Morris, Alexandra Ranieri, and Vincent Truman

Producd and Directed by Iris Sowlat

Plays and playwrights include:

"Mother" by Chantal Bilondeau
"Original Fire" by Kevin Loring
"The Rain Has Gone Mad" by Sitawa Namwalie
"Frankie" by Catherien Banks
"Cathedra" by Caridad Svich
"Starving to Death in Midtown" by Mindi Dickstein
"Apocalypse" by Erik Ehn
"Where Has All The Water Gone?" by Arthur Kopit
"Flotsam" by Elspath Tilley
"The Seagull" by Staviana Stanescue
"Finale" by Kendra Falconi

Performers include:

Antonio Gracias, Kimmy Higginbotham, Colin Morris, Alexandra Ranieri, and Vincent Truman

Producd and Directed by Iris Sowlat

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