Climate Emergency

Climate change poses an existential threat to humanity and theatremakers need to be part of addressing it. Here, you’ll find content about artistic work that engages with the climate crisis, as well as learnings about how to make theatre practices more eco-friendly. Chantal Bilodeau’s long-running Theatre in the Age of Climate Change series is a must-read, and don’t miss Groundwater Arts’s video series on the Green New Theater.

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When Theatre Will Become Fully Itself: Digital Supratheatre and the Fight for an Inclusive Future
Essay
When Theatre Will Become Fully Itself: Digital Supratheatre and the Fight for an Inclusive Future
Translated by Cecilia Laslo
by Mihaela Drăgan
25 May 2021
Our Theater Ecology
Video
Our Theater Ecology
TCG's 2021 National Conference Online
Thursday 13 May to Friday 21 May 2021
United States
TCG Summit: Climate Action and Environmental Justice
Video
TCG Summit: Climate Action and Environmental Justice
A step toward bringing conversations on climate into theatre’s mainstream
Thursday 22 April 2021
United States
Theatre in the Age of Climate Change
Series

Theatre in the Age of Climate Change

How does our work reflect on, and respond to, the challenges brought on by a warming climate? How can we participate in the global conversation about what the future should look like, and do so in a way that is both inspiring and artistically rewarding?

Devising the Environment by Stephen Spotswood
Series

Devising the Environment by Stephen Spotswood

A record of the experience of teaching a devising class that would center on the environment.