For Growing Community around Climate & Change
Global perspectives on “A Green New Deal” from playwrights around the world
Part of the international initiative, Climate Change Theatre Action
Featuring Baltimore actors, directors, musicians, puppeteers, booksellers & more
Conversation led by Nadia Nazar (Zero Hour)
Short play readings from Single Carrot Theatre, the Towson University MFA program, Two Strikes Theatre Collective, and more! Interspersed with delightful puppets from Submersive Productions and the music of Deletta Gillespie, the evening will be the funnest thing you’ve ever seen about climate change.
Winter Seeds, For Growing Community around Climate and Change is a Climate Change Theatre Action event. CCTA is an international theatre initiative created to raise awareness, spark conversations, and spur action around the climate crisis. It is also an invitation to theatre artists to consider how our art form can and must incorporate this reality, and the broader reality of the more-than-human world of energy, wind, water, penguins, wolves, plants and microbes into the work we produce. Go here to find out more about the organization, and other events taking place around the world: (climatechangetheatreaction.com).
The Baltimore event is produced by Vital Matters, an initiative for Growing Community around Climate and Change, Submersive Productions, and Single Carrot Theatre.
The lobby will be opened at 7:15 for a holiday market of local artists selling their wares, a display of books on climate and related topics by the Ivy Bookshop. Mini holiday market will also be open for 30 minutes after the show.
Covid Safety Policy
Patrons and all people in the building must show proof that they are fully vaccinated at the time of entry and be masked during the performance. “Fully vaccinated” means that either 14 days have passed since receiving either the second dose of a FDA or WHO authorized double-dose vaccine, or a FDA or WHO authorized single-dose vaccine. Acceptable forms of proof include the physical vaccination card or a photo of the card on your phone with the name and date clearly visible. Patrons who are unable to be vaccinated due to age, medical conditions, or closely held religious beliefs must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 prior to the performance in order to gain admission.
Performers will be unmasked while performing only.
The total building capacity in this 8000 sq. foot space at 100, to allow for appropriate distancing.
The Voxel is fully ADA accessible. The event will provide live ASL interpreters.