Parker enters Ames house, cussing about President Trump for his EPA budget cuts. These cuts have laid him and thirteen other employees off, but they also represent the loss of hope for institutional combats to[…]
This play is set in a drought stricken, African village. Debra has just returned from a foraging trip for baobab fruit but has unfortunately returned with nothing.
Kevin, a Native American Indian, is extremely proud of his gas-guzzling SUV that he has named, “The Big Chief”. He crosses paths with a biker whom seems to do be doing nothing wrong.
Val and Mitchell match on a dating site and decide to meet up at a local diner. Val quickly jumps into the discussion of global warming and sustainability.
This play forms a relationship between the effects of climate change and the way in which two lovers are dealing with those effects.