Off-Broadway Show Inspires Sustainability In a new performance, a biologist and an actress bring their message of conservation to the stage. Weaving poetry with scientific prose, Seachange links humanity's survival to the health of the planet. The play asks audience members to re-examine their place in nature and their responsibility to the Earth.
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Off-Broadway Show Inspires Sustainability

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Off-Broadway Show Inspires Sustainability

Off-Broadway Show Inspires Sustainability

Off-Broadway Show Inspires Sustainability

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In a new performance, a biologist and an actress bring their message of conservation to the stage. Weaving poetry with scientific prose, Seachange links humanity's survival to the health of the planet. The play asks audience members to re-examine their place in nature and their responsibility to the Earth.

Megan Halpern, co-founder and artistic and producing director, Redshift Productions

Lisa Harrow, award-winning actress, currently starring in the New York premiere of "Phallacy" by Carl Djerassi; author, What Can I Do? An Alphabet for Living

Roger Payne, biologist; founder and president, Ocean Alliance