21:00 - 22:15 | 2 Schauspielhaus Graz HAUS ZWEI | Schauspielhaus Graz in Co-Production with the Institute for Drama, University of Music and Performing Arts Graz

Once upon Tomorrow. Stories about the Climate and a Global Green New Deal

Part of Climate Change Theatre Action
€ 11 / € 8,50 (red.)
Tickets available HERE

A more sustainable and just future requires a new social contract: the Green New Deal demands a new beginning and encompasses not only the climate, but also health, education, jobs, fair pay, affordable housing, intergenerational equity, abolition of social injustice and fair working and living conditions. To achieve all this, everyone is needed. Worldwide. But what are the global perspectives on this socio-ecological change? Every other year, the Canadian Climate Change Theatre Action calls 50 authors from around the world to write a short play. The short pieces from this year, under the title "Envisioning a Global Green New Deal", tell stories about our present fights with climate changes or imagine a future in which a Global Green New Deal has already become a reality.
Authors and plays
Nathan Ellis, Us In The Past (Great Britain)
Chris Thorpe, Not Because We‘re Good (Great Britain)
Elena Eli Belyea, Affirmations (Canada)
Whiti Hereaka, A Window (New Zealand)
Nicolas Billon, The Penguin (Canada)
Himali Kothari, Friends for Life (India)
Mwendie Mbugua, Small but Mighty (USA/Kenya)
Pat To Yan, The last bee is flying over the sky (Hong Kong)
Carla Zúñiga Morales, The Eternity of Diapers (Chile)
Camila Le-bert, 2079 (Chile)
Angela Emurwon, Initiation (Uganda)
Direction Rachel Müller
With Adele Emil Behrenbeck, Aron Eichhorn, Irem Gökçen, Jenny Groß, Anke Helen Hoffmann, Charlotte Kaiser, Alicia Peckelsen, Max Rehberg, Magdalena Julia Simmel, Edgar Wolfgang Sproß
Set & Costumes Karoline Bierner
Dramaturgy Hannah Mey
in German (with English surtitles)
Once upon Tomorrow
Lex Karelly