The Climate Monologues

Orcas Center Presents
on Center Stage

April 22 at 7:30 pm
Tickets $10

Sharon Abreu will perform the one-woman show “Climate Monologues” at Orcas Center on Saturday April 22 at 7:30 p.m.

“The Climate Monologues” is a one-woman musical show about climate change.

Sharon Abreu brings to life onstage the stories of real people in the U.S. and around the world already impacted by the effects of climate change and people working to meet and transcend this major global challenge. Their stories are communicated through their own words and through original songs that complement the stories.

“Climate Monologues” was performed to full houses at the Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Festival and at the United Solo Theatre Festival on Manhattan’s Theatre Row, and at Orcas Island’s Random Howse and the Grange last year.

Sharon Abreu will offer a workshop to empower people to use their voices, literally and figuratively. The workshop will explore how we can empower our physical voices and also practice positive activism in a way that connects with others rather than creating division. In a time where we are starting to realize how important it is to connect with each other even when we don’t agree with each other on some things, this is an opportunity for people to learn some skills that will increase confidence in reaching out and using our voices in whatever constructive way they’re moved.

Workshop is on Center Stage from 5:30 to 6:30 and is free
for ticket holders for “Climate Monologues.”
Workshop only $10

Purchase April 22 Tickets

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