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Front Line Action

Climate Change Theatre Action

This program asks companies to read or create a performance of one of 50 short climate change plays in support of the United Nations COP23 meetings chaired by Fiji and hosted in Bonn, Germany. These 50 plays come from over 25 different cultures and address different aspects of climate change. Climate Change Theatre Action is an afternoon of artistic response to climate change by some of Vancouver’s finest artists. The main goal of the international project is to invite as many people as possible to participate in a global conversation about climate change. Vancouver’s Climate Change Theatre Action represents one response by local theatre artists – writers, actors, directors –  to the international call to respond to a global issue.


DATE: November 2017

VENUE: Revue Stage

WITH: Pi Theatre


Kendra Fanconi

Production Manager

Colin Cooper

Homo Sapiens Playwright

Chantal Bilodeau

Homo Sapiens Director

Renee Iaci

We (don't) Deserve Nice Things Playwright

Anita Majumdar

We (don't) Deserve Nice Things Director

Lindsay Curl

Appreciation Playwright

Katie Pearl

Appreciation Director

Jamie King

Swing Among The Stars Playwright

Philip Braithwaite

Swing Among The Stars Director

Lori Watt

Science is Dead! Playwright

David Geary

Science is Dead! Director

Brenda Muñoz

Brackendale Playright

Elaine Avila

Brackendale Director

Linda Pitt

Gaia Playwright

Hiro Kanagawa

Gaia Director

Chelsea Haberlin

Nocturne Playwright

Jordan Tannahill

Rube Goldberg Device Playwright

Jordan Hall

Rube Goldberg Device Director

Kendra Fanconi