Created in collaboration with the community and developed by students of the Department of Performing and Media Arts’ Theatre and Social Change class co-taught by Sara L. Warner and and Godfrey L. Simmons, Jr., along with Sarah K. Chalmers of Civic Ensemble and climatologist Toby Ault of CALS, and Teaching Assistant Caitlin Kane.
The play includes the stories told by various communities throughout Tompkins County about global warming: the controversies, the science, the economic impacts, and the different ways this crisis affects diverse populations.
Delivered in the style of a Living Newspaper, a theatrical form popularized during the Federal Theatre Project of the 1930s, this project is funded by a grant from Engaged Cornell.
ALL PERFORMANCES ARE FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC! No reservations necessary.
All performance spaces are handicap accessible except the Enfield Valley Grange.
Assisted listening devices are available with advance notice for the performances at the Schwartz Center.
December 2, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. @ Enfield Valley Grange
178 Enfield Main Rd, Ithaca
*Benefit for Enfield Valley Grange*
December 3, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. @ Community School of Music and Arts
Martha Hamblin Hall, 3rd floor, 330 E Martin Luther King Junior St, Ithaca
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*Benefit for Civic Ensemble*
December 4, 2017 at 1:00 p.m. @ Cornell Campus Sustainability Summit
G10 Conference Room, Biotechnology Building, 526 Campus Rd, Ithaca
If you would like to attend the show but have transportation difficulties or barriers, please contact Lucy at 443-834-4612 or firstname.lastname@example.org in advance.
Climates of Change Ensemble:
Lisa Meixner McCullough
Climates of Change Production Staff:
Sarah K. Chalmers, Caitlin Kane, Godfrey L. Simmons, Jr. – Directors
Sara Warner – Producer
Gabriella Patricia Carr – Production Stage Manager
Toby Ault, Grace Li – Climatology Collaborators
Katie Browe – Sound Designer
Christine Hughes – Graphic Designer
Lucy Walker – Project Assistant