New York performer visiting Carson City for Earth Day event
Climate change is the subject of a one-woman show at the Brewery Arts Center this Earth Day weekend.
“Burning” is written and performed by Heather Harpham, a New York performer who has taught physical theater and improvisation at Sarah Lawrence College, SUNY Purchase, Muhlenberg College and The Neighborhood Playhouse and performed at the All For One Festival and The One Woman Standing Festival.
The BAC describes “Burning” as a semi-comic romp that “pings between Hurricane Sandy, our obsession with apocalyptic movies, NPR’s narcoleptic effect, and the million trivial tasks that preoccupy us while Rome burns.”
“Burning” will be performed in the Maize Harris Jesse Black Box Theater April 21 and 22 at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $15-20 and can be purchased at the BAC’s Artisan Shop or offices at 449 West King St. or online at breweryarts.org or the BAC Facebook page.
For information, call the BAC at 775-883-1976.