Mother Earth watches over a young woman as she sleeps. Unfortunately, Mother Earth has aged immensely due to the actions of humans. When the young woman wakes up, Mother Earths begs her to take care[…]
Through this one-person show, the speaker is addressing Tuna. He/She is talking in the distant future, after we have over-fished tuna to the point of extinction.
Through this play, a story of a mother and child is revealed to us. This young boy is carrying a disease that destroys the environment around him and his mother is unsure of how to[…]
Home/Range proves to be a rather unique play in its effort to highlight the difference between indigenous and invasive species.
As a young brides prepares for her wedding, she uses crumpled newspapers as a replacement for flowers. She does this because she believes that one-time use items are destroying our global environment.
This play follows a set of characters in a Ugandan village struggling with drought and crop loss. These characters are compared to two young women living in a busy city that complain about the constant[…]
When a families’ leather factory is shutdown by the EPA, the husband struggles to find hope. Meanwhile, the wife understands that shutting down the factory means protecting the beetles and for her, that’s important.
After a recent trip to Beirut, a young woman questions how sea level increases and saltwater intrusion will change the quality of life for coastal communities all over the World.
Two women must evacuate their tribal land in Papa New Guinea because all water sources have been depleted. If they do not leave, the water company will force them out.
In a small Pakistani village, locals fight to save a Peepal Tree. This religious tree has brought together followers of the Buddhist religion for generations; however, city workers have come to cut it down.
This play opens with a controller addressing a group of citizens regarding their ability to solve a Rubik’s Cube within a five-minute time frame. The repercussions of not solving the cube will be droughts and[…]
Pat and Harper, two frogs, stare at their pond and wonder whether it will ever be as healthy as it once was. They understand that pollution has led to the creation of algal blooms and[…]
The play opens with a thought monologue of Michael describing his day in class where he was told that humans will not live past the year 2030 due to environmental degradation and pollution.