The Capri Theater
2027 West Broadway, Minneapolis, MN 55411
Free and open to the public
|Monday, November 9||7:00 pm|
Emma Phelps is a paleoclimatologist, focusing on ice in Greenland. In drilling and studying ice core samples, she sees first hand the symptoms of our changing planet, which makes the need to act all the more crucial and urgent. In addition to her growing sense of urgency for the planet, Emma, as a recent widow, experiences grief that compounds itself with each passing month. Now she's been asked to come to Washington D.C. to testify in a Senate Committee regarding climate change legislation, and in this intersection of science and politics, of politics and the personal, she finds more than just a little is breaking up under the strain of change. Audience feedback session with the playwright to follow the reading. Part of the Public Reading Series of the Greenhouse Project new play development program at Workhouse Theatre Company, the second Monday of every month.