Call us old fashioned, but we’re going with the scientists on this one: Climate Change is real. It’s happening. And we should be doing everything in our power to slow it down, because – and we’re pretty sure most humans agree on this – this is the only planet we’ve got.
- A Drop in the Ocean, by Allie Costa
#Climate #Love #Ocean #Drought
Two scientists looking for hope in dry times find that they may be able to draw hope from one another. Script
- An Ordinary Guy, by Ann Snead
#Comedy #disappearingbees #cropfailure #science #monologue
Jeff’s an ordinary guy, not interested in causes or protests, but he knows as well as anyone the environment’s in trouble. What bothers him most is when field-grown summer tomatoes, his favorite food, disappear. Except for one, in his neighbour’s garden. Will he let let it, and its superior, disease-resistant genes, be, or will temptation be too much for him?
- Boxes are Magic, by Allie Costa
Yasmine is always trying to get Cali to try new things, so when she asks her to get in a box so they can go on a “trip”, she’s understandably skeptical…
- HOMER, by Stephanie Alison Walker
Finalist for the Heideman Award – Actors Theatre of Lousiville Abe and Charlie have found the perfect place of their own, until an injured stranger arrives and threatens to ruin it. Script
- The Hot Seat 2, by Robert Luxford
A debate about climate change in the form of a TV interview in the form of a tennis match. Script
- Jolly Wally, by Chris Widney
Fed up with the day to day humiliation of their “act,” a walrus tries to convince her complacent walrus boyfriend to escape from the “SeaLife Aquarium” in Tallahassee. Script
- MELT, Stephanie Alison Walker
A glaciologist brings his granddaughter (a climate change denier) on an expedition to measure the ice on earth’s last remaining glacier. Will she see the truth before it’s too late? Or will they both melt with the glacier?
- The National Park Service i.e. Bad-Ass-Lands, by Christine Williamson #FreeSpeech, #Under10Minutes
A News Anchor, beset by the media farce and perversion of democracy taking place in America, is inspired to take a stand when the National Park Service rebels. Script