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Earth Day Dreams

ggec-logo-60Tues, April 24, 6:00pm - This evening will include plays, presentations, displays, videos on the title

Earth Day Dreams: Close Encounters with Climate Change

Drama Club members at Greenfield High School will present Earth Day Dreams: Close Encounters with Climate Change on April 24, 6:00 p.m. at GHS. The students have been exploring climate change issues and solutions with the help of their director Robert Moore and Enchanted Circle Theater’s teaching artist-in-residence Ezzell Floraniña. The project began with funding from Greening Greenfield, a group of concerned citizens working to make our city a more sustainable and vibrant place to live. The project at GHS is part of Greening Greenfield’s year-long focus on supporting and developing youth leadership.

The drama club invited other groups at the high school to participate in putting together an evening of displays, presentations, and play readings that address climate change issues and most importantly, climate change solutions. The featured plays are by playwrights near and far, from the US, Canada, Jamaica, Fiji, and New Zealand, and were originally produced by Climate Change Theatre Action, an international collaboration of theater organizations and individual climate activists.

Activities begin at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 24 in the GHS cafeteria, with displays, presentations, short videos, and refreshments (including pizza), and then move into the auditorium at 6:30 for the play readings. The evening will culminate in a “talk-back” co-led by Floraniña and the students, joined on the stage by co-director Moore and Greening Greenfield member Sandra Boston, engaging the audience in a conversation to share ideas about what we can be doing in Greenfield and beyond to embrace and promote climate change solutions.

Earth Day Dreams: Close Encounters with Climate Change is free to the public. GHS is located at 21 Barr Avenue; the entrance to the cafeteria and auditorium is at the rear of the building.