Perseverance Theatre and University of Alaska Southeast (UAS) present A Pain in the Crevasse: 6 Short Plays on Climate Change. This is a free event.
Thursday December 3rd at 7pm outside the Mendenhall Glacier Pavilion.
Come dressed for the weather, as the play readings will be outside at the pavilion at the Mendenhall Glacier in Juneau. Warm up inside the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center for a post-show panel discussion with glaciologists and Juneau climate-change experts including Jason Amundson, Eran Hood, John Neary, and Glenn Wright.
A Pain in the Crevasse is Juneau’s contribution to Climate Change Theatre Action (CCTA). CCTA is a worldwide event bringing playwrights from all parts of the world to write short plays specifically on the topic of climate change. Perseverance Theatre and UAS have selected six of these short plays for A Pain in the Crevasse. Playwrights include Elyne Quan, Deborah Zoe Laufer, Andrea Lepcio, Neil LaBute, Arthur Kopit, Colleen Murphy, and August Murphy-King.