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Lanxing Fu

Lanxing Fu is a Chinese-American writer, director, and performer. ​She is co-director of Superhero Clubhouse, a New York City based eco-theater company​, ​currently​ working as​ project director for the Living Stage as artist-in-residence with University Settlement. Other work includes, co-creator of PLUTO (no longer a play), (The Brick), and JUPITER (a play about power), (La MaMa ETC). She has collaborated ​on ​and led interdisciplinary projects on globalization and the environment through research in Sri Lanka, Morocco, Turkey, and the United States through The Center for 21st Century Studies, as previous associate director of Critical Point Theatre, and as an ensemble member of Building Home, working in the New River Valley. She participated in JACK's "Creating Dangerously" series, led by Virginia Grise and Kyla Searle, has trained with SITI Company for two years, and is an alumnus of Orchard Project's Core Company. She holds a B.A. in Humanities, Science, and Environment and a B.A. in Theatre Arts from Virginia Tech.

The Birth of a Climate Commons for Theatre and Performance
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The Birth of a Climate Commons for Theatre and Performance

18 September 2018

Lani Fu introduces the Climate Commons, an initiative that emerged from the Theatre in the Age of Climate Change convening in June 2018. 

The Living Stage
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The Living Stage

Building Possibility in the Age of Climate Change

18 September 2017

In the second installment of this series, Lanxing Fu discusses The Living Stage NYC, an intergenerational collaboration between Superhero Clubhouse and the community of Meltzer Towers.