A GATHERING WHERE ENRAGED ARTISTS SHARE STORIES ABOUT OUR PLANET
NOV. 1, 2019 at 7:30pm
At the National Theatre school in the Pauline McGibbon Studio on 5030 St.Denis St. (Metro Laurier)
Montreal theatre artists will present a reading series of short plays that address the devastating realities of climate change with stories that urge us, as often only stories can, to stop, wake up, be enraged, and do better.
As individuals and as local and global communities.
This gathering is a part of Climate Change Theatre Action’s initiative to raise global awareness about climate change through the use of art, story and narrative.
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Hanna Cormick, Sunny Drake, Brian Dykstra, Yvette Nolan, Julie McKee, Matthew Paul Olmos, Marcus Youssef, and Caridad Svich.
Eloi ArchamBaudoin, Quincy Armorer, Micheline Chevrier, Michaela Di Cesare, Kym Dominique Ferguson, Matthew Gagnon, Joel Gorrie, Kate Hammer, Jahlani Knorren, Michael Leon, Erin Lindsay, Julie Tamiko Manning, Mike Payette, Joy Ross-Jones, Amanda Silveira, and Emma Tibaldo.
Direction and curation: Cristina Cugliandro
Installation created by Naomi Aldrich’s students (St-Gabriel Elementary School)
Environment created by Danna-Rae Evasiuk, Amelia Scott, Evan Stepanian, and Diana Uribe
Assistant director: Katey Wattam
All pieces used to create the visual environment are recycled.
All funds raised at the event will be donated to a solutions based environmental organization.
Tickets can be reserved ahead of time by filling the form below. Seating is limited so reserve online ahead of time.
If tickets are not picked up 20 minutes before the show, we will release them. Please let us know if you have reserved and cannot attend.
If there is a mobility access request please let us know in advance.
Non-alcoholic drinks are permitted in the hall but please bring them in your own reusable containers.