June 1944: One man’s decision is about to change the course of history. Everything is in place for the biggest invasion known in Europe- D-Day. One last crucial question remains: Will the weather be clear?
A journalist, Clare, travels to Switzerland to write an article about the opening of the Large Hadron Collider.
This play follows the ordinary lives of Polly and Owen who work as a lawyer and doctor, respectively. Their ordinary lives change drastically when they discover a piece of technology that impacts the whole world.
Evolution and emotion collide in Sarah Treem’s thought-provoking and sharp play about science, family, and survival of the fittest.
When the speaker addresses the audience, he/she describes the loneliness of our world. The speaker argues that with unity, we can save the world.
The speaker of this one-person show addresses the audiences and asks them to applaud after each environmental disaster that he discusses.
When a young Gill is given three minutes to present his request for funds, he does not expect to be met by a Yangtze Finless Dolphin and a Cross River Gorilla. These two endangered species come as characters in Litwalk’s inspirational piece.
A father reminisces over the memories he made with his son figuring out jigsaw puzzles. While the father completes the puzzle, he realizes that there is a solution to the mass of pieces, just as there is a solution to save our planet.