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Climate Resources for Metra

Climate Resources for Metra

After Metra… Now what?  The play Metra tells us a story of a just future born out of the climate crisis through collective action. But what comes of these visions, after we leave the theater and return to our lives? Here are a few real-world inspirations for taking action toward climate justice: Know the Goal…

Jem Pickard’s Program Note for Metra

Jem Pickard’s Program Note for <em>Metra</em>

“We need to tell personal stories… about our own personal transformations into climate revolutionaries!” – Sam, in Metra The story that birthed late-stage capitalism and the climate crisis was one of white supremacy, religious righteousness, and European dominion over the natural world. It’s a violent story of extraction that continues to dominate every sector of…

Casting Announced for Metra

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Emily Owens PR | emily@emilyowenspr.com | 917.208.6386 Casting Announced for Flux Theatre Ensemble’s World Premiere of Metra: A Climate Revolution Play With Songs Written by Emily & Ned Hartford with Songs by Ned Hartford Directed by Emily Hartford  World Premiere Press Previews October 28 & 29 Opening November 1 October 28…

Casting the Role of CORI for Metra

Casting the Role of CORI for <em>Metra</em>

Images below created by Corinna Schulenburg and Corey Allen using DALL-E and Midjourney to visually express the role of CORI. Flux is casting the role of CORI for our upcoming production of Metra: A Climate Revolution Play with Songs. Please read more about the role and production below, and email Emily & Corinna at fluxcasting@gmail.com to express…

Climate Action Designer for Metra

Climate Action Designer for <em>Metra</em>

Flux Theatre Ensemble is thrilled to announce our search for a Climate Action Designer (CAD) for our upcoming production of Metra: A Climate Revolution Play with Songs. Metra will run at Abrons Arts Center, located at 466 Grand St, NYC, from October 24 – November 19, 2022. The CAD will work with the director, designers, and…

Our First Party Soft was Pure Softness

Our First <em>Party Soft</em> was Pure Softness

We had such a wonderful first gathering of ease & care! Thank you to Heather Cohn, Lori Elizabeth Parquet, Corinna Schulenburg, Isaiah Tanenbaum, and Salma Zohdi for co-creating and facilitating this event. In the spirit of our commitment to Open Source theatre, we’re sharing the run-of show and key resources—including the collectively created MadLib above…

Our Options Have Changed is LIVE

Our Options Have Changed is LIVE

Call Now! Give Me the Number! Our Options Have Changed is LIVE! 2 years in the making. 3 lead artists. 4 programmers. 5 directors. 7 writers. 25 actors. 1 brilliant sound designer and 1 clutch sound engineer. Dozens of choose-your-own-adventure pathways to uncover. Dive into the Holistic Wellness Hopeline (no financial transaction required) — Register…

Join us for Flux’s first Party Soft Virtual Gathering

Join us for Flux’s first <em>Party Soft</em> Virtual Gathering

RSVP HERE So, yeah: things are really hard right now. We’re hard on each other. We’re even harder on ourselves. We all could use a little softness in our lives. Enter Flux’s Party Soft, a virtual get together to provide some gentleness and collective care. We’ll share things that bring us ease. We’ll celebrate our…

Our Options Have Changed Press Release

<em>Our Options Have Changed</em> Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                        Contact: Rachael Hip-Flores, rachael@fluxtheatre.org Flux Theatre Ensemble presents the World Premiere of Our Options Have Changed an interactive audio experience on your phone lead artists: Corey Allen, Emily Hartford, and Will Lowry with additional direction from: Heather Cohn and Lori Elizabeth…

Flux Mini-Retreat, April 2022

Flux Mini-Retreat, April 2022

Photos and posts by Corinna Schulenburg. From Tuesday, April 19 through Sunday, April 24, a small group of Fluxers gathered at Little Pond Arts Retreat in Nazareth, PA for a Mini-Retreat. Why mini? Partly because everyone’s schedules are so busy, it was counterintuitively easier to meet several times rather than once; partly because we didn’t…

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