Our live show at Creative Alliance was a delightful gathering of vendors, environmental organizations, Baltimore theatre artists and plays from around the world. Did you miss it? YOU CAN CATCH THE RECORDING ONLINE SOON--CLICK ON THE IMAGE TO THE RIGHT TO JOIN OUR MAILING LIST AND STAY INFORMED!
In the meantime, join us for the second part of Climate Change Theatre Action:
WAYS TO TAKE ACTION/SHAPE CHANGE RIGHT NOW IN OUR CITY with our partners 350.orgUS and South Baltimore Community Land Trust:
BGE IS UP TO NO GOOD! SAY NO TO AN UNJUST RATE HIKE!
Time Sensitive!--complete this simple action by this Sunday, 12/10/23. Show up and fight the corporate greed fueling heating, cooling, cooking in your home. BGE is proposing a massive rate hike that will increase the average customer's bill by over $800/year to cover the expense of expanding its fossil gas infrastructure. This means BGE wants to use YOUR money to extend rather than decrease dependency on fossil fuels, flouting both state and city climate goals, and ensuring that Baltimore will have an even more unjust and inequitable energy supply. Go to https://act.350.org/sign/BGE_Holidays/ to tell BGE and the Maryland Public Service Commission that you don't want a rate hike! Please share widely! There is no one in Baltimore unaffected by this.
See below about how you can show up for Baltimoreans in working towards a healthy environment and clean energy on Dec 14th!
Baltimore is the 2nd largest exporter of coal in the U.S., which directly affects the health and environment of folks in South Baltimore, and makes our city a major contributor to the climate crisis. Get more info and register HERE to support SBCLT and attend this event on Dec. 14th online or in person.
Learn more about SBCLT and the fight against Big Coal by watching the video, and in this NPR article:
Founded in 2021, in Baltimore, Maryland, Vital Matters is a hub and laboratory for cross-disciplinary events, artistic projects, and educational programs for all ages. We work with artists, activists and others to stage conversations, create rituals, and transform spaces and relationships among and between human and more-than-human communities. The climate crisis, environmental injustice, and systemic racism are part of the human inheritance that motivates us. Our focus and our reach are both local and global. Our primary tools for transformation are partnership, collaboration, joy, and creativity. Our methods draw from many sources, including experimental theatre, somatic movement education, and abolitionist approaches to social life and organziational leadership. We invite you to join us in shaping change, and imagining a just and vital future for all.