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Slime by Bryony Lavery

Proscenium Theatre

UMBC Theatre presents Slime by Bryony Lavery, directed by Nigel Semaj. Welcome to the Third Annual Slime Crisis Conference! Seven grad students, all fluent in animal languages, linguistics, and culture, join delegates of almost every species to save life on earth from a toxic slime.  As they debate and translate for dolphins, seabirds, and polar bears, they ask, “Who is coming to save us?” The answer might surprise you….

Sustainable Theatre Design Panel with Lauren Gaston and Sandra Goldmark

Black Box Theatre

As part of the Spring 2024 Plays for Our Planet initiative, UMBC Theatre presents a Sustainable Theatre Design Panel with Lauren Gaston and Sandra Goldmark. Led by the authors of The Sustainable Production Toolkit, this talk and workshop introduces concrete tools and best practices for prioritizing the intertwined needs for greater environmental, social, and economic sustainability in the theatre industry.

Green Theatre Revolution

Black Box Theatre

UMBC Theatre presents Green Theatre Revolution, directed by Susan McCully and Katie Hileman, a festival of new plays and devised works about climate justice. Performances include the staging of a play by guest playwright Nayantara Nayar, together with short works by student creators. Panels on Sustainable Stage Design, Writing for Climate Justice, and Climate Science Storytelling will accompany the production. A special performance of student works will take place at the Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology (IMET) in downtown Baltimore.

Green Theatre Revolution at Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology (IMET)

Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology (IMET) 701 E. Pratt Street

UMBC Theatre presents Green Theatre Revolution, directed by Susan McCully and Katie Hileman, a festival of new plays and devised works about climate justice. This event, a special performance of student works expressing climate science through theatrical representation, will take place at the Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology (IMET) in downtown Baltimore.

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