George Bartenieff & Karen Malpede, Co-Artistic Directors
artwork by Luba Lukova
“Powerful, potent drama,” The Kenyon Review
“Provocative and brave, laced with humor and danger.” Andrew Revkin, The New York Times
Theater Three Collaborative, as part of ArtCop21, and in a three-nation collaboration (USA, Switzerland and France) will stage bi-lingual readings oExtreme Whether in Paris, December 10, 11, 12, in collaboration with Cei de Facto, a rising Swiss theater, Bi-lingual Acting Workshop, Paris-New York and the Fondation des Etats-Unis, Paris, with Swiss, French and American actors.
We are grateful the Rockefeller Brothers Fund which has provided us with a generous travel grant. And, as always, we are grateful our audience for your continued support of theater that could not exist without you. Please help pay the actors by making a donation of any size and your name will be added as a Producing Partner our Paris program. Become part of bringing an American climate change play the international festival of culture surrounding the United Nations Climate Conference.
We’ll be in the thick of things and Karen will be blogging in the lead-up and from Paris for The Kenyon Review, donors can choose receive the blogs by email. Click link her first blog: “Extinction: The Illusion of Abundance”.
Extreme Whether, a play by Karen Malpede, developed and produced by Theater Three Collaborative, featuring George Bartenieff and Kathleen Purcell, from the original New York cast, will be part of ArtCop21, in Paris, during the United Nations Conference on Climate Change, Cop21.
We thank the following for their funding and collaboration: