EVER SEEN GREEN
Storytelling-Theatre on Climate Change
We recently celebrated the premiere of our new Storytelling Theatre play – on Saturday, 24 June 2017 at the Lietzen Environment & Theatre Festival, in Märkisches Oderland, Germany.
A gas pipeline is to be built right through Brandenburg. A woman from the United States wants to warn the local population not to allow gas generated by fracking into their country. She occupies the pipeline manager’s garden and there she encounters his wife.
Two very different women and world views collide. A storytelling dialogue ensues which tells not only of the womens’ experiences past and present, but of the fate of humankind – avoidable or unavoidable as it may be. They try to find common ground in music, but ultimately they are at the mercy of climate change.
Duration: 1 hour
Genre: Storytelling-Theatre with live music
Director: Ingrid Müller-Farny
Script: Rachel Clarke
Lyndsey, Climate Change activist / Rachel Clarke
Grace, wife of the pipeline manager / Ingrid Müller-Farny
Activist / Georg Losch
Musician and Activist / Zam Johnson