Come see this fascinating Canadian play put on by the amazing folks at Central Square Theater. I'd like to go on May 3rd as there is a pre-show symposium that day titled: “How do we confront what is happening to our planet and let it inspire us to act?”
$25 for students
I think around $40 for others. But I can check for discounts.
RSVP here by Thursday 3 pm if you'd like to come. We can coordinate buying tickets then so we can sit together.
If there is interest, we can get dinner together in Central Square before the play. Say 5:30 or 6 pm.
On Baffin Island in the Canadian territory of Nunavut, eight characters – including a climatologist, an Inuit activist, and two polar bears – find their values challenged as they grapple with a rapidly changing environment and world. Winner of the Inaugural Woodward International Playwriting Prize, Sila blends Inuit myth with contemporary Arctic policy, three languages (English, French, and Inukitut), and spoken word poetry to illuminate competing interests shaping the future of the local Inuit population and of our planet.
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