03 Dec 2015
7 - 9pm
Juneau, Juneau , 99801
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Audiences will be asked to bundle up for winter when Perseverance Theatre and University of Alaska Southeast present an evening of site-specific play readings.
Focused on climate change, the plays will be read in front of the Mendenhall Glacier, at what used to be the terminus. After the readings, audiences will have the opportunity to speak with a panel of experts ranging from glaciologists from the University of Alaska Southeast to forest service rangers at the Juneau glacier. The play readings are part of the Climate Change Theatre Action.
The reading will consist of three to five plays to be read over the course of the evening. To understand the impact of climate change on Juneau's most popular receding glacier, the readings will be outside in front of the Mendenhall Glacier.
Event is open to the general public at no ticket cost.
Tongass National Forest and the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center, NoPassport, The Arctic Cycle, and Theatre Without Borders