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The Great Immensity

May 22, 2011

The Civilians, “an investigative theater company based in Brooklyn, New York,” is developing a play addressing climate change. With support from the National Science Foundation, the play is set to debut in the 2011-2012 theater season. The play features “songs and video that focus on climate change and conservation.” You can read more about it here.

“The Great Immensity” is set in the town of Churchill, Manitoba and Colorado Island, Panama and “uses a combination of video images, arctic ice cap models and music to explore climate change on stage.”

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