Lighting the Way:
Climate Change Theatre Action 2019
September 21 & 22
In Collaboration with
- Lair o’ the Bear ParkSep 21, 2019, 2:30 PM – Sep 22, 2019, 6:30 PMLair o’ the Bear Park, 22550 CO-74, Idledale, CO 80453, USA
Bewilderness is thrilled to present 10 plays from Lighting the Way: Climate Change Theatre Action 2019! CCTA gathers 50 short plays from all over the world to address Climate Change and inspire us all to reduce carbon emissions. Bewilderness is taking advantage of Colorado's iconic landscape and staging these plays at Lair o' the Bear Open Space Park near the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Take this chance to enjoy our quirky, socially conscious pick of the plays immersed in the nature we are fighting to protect.
Coming to our show is a great way to practice doing your part to slow climate change. 10% of each ticket purchase will be donated to the World Wildlife Fund. Also, through arrangements with Jeffco Open Space, we will be cutting down on our carbon by using a carpooling plan. Each vehicle we bring to the space must have at least 3 people in it. When you reserve your ticket, we will ask you whether you want to meet us at the West Location in Evergreen (The Safeway Parking Lot), or the East Location in Golden (The Park n Ride T Rex Lot), or if you're already making your own arrangements.
So get ready, we are going to light the way!
Dates and Times
Lair O' the Bear Park
Sat Sep 21
Sat Sep 21
Sun Sep 22
Admission proceeds go to the artists, Jeffco Open Space, and a 10% donation to the World Wildlife Fund
there are a lot of stories you can tell about humanity by David Finnigan (Australia)
Failed Experiment by Vitor Jatobá (Brazil)
The Rookery by Elaine Ávila (US/Canada/Portugal)
Laila and the Wolf by Hassan Abdulrazzak (Iraq/Czech Republic/UK)
Six Polar Bears Fell Out of the Sky This Morning by Alister Emerson (New Zealand)
Hashtag You Too by Mike Van Graan (South Africa)
Appealing by Paula Cizmar (US)
The Donation by Jordan Hall (Canada)
Breathing Space by Yvette Nolan (Canada)
Rube Goldberg Device for a Generation of Hope by Jordan Hall (Canada)