PERMAFROST, the third in a Climate Change Cycle of Plays

July 3 – July 3
Saturday, July 3 @ 7PM

Crystal Field, Executive Artistic Director, Presents:

World Premiere Reading of PERMAFROST, the third in a Climate Change Cycle of Plays

Saturday, July 3 @ 7PM

Writer, Gina Russell Tracy
Director, Christopher Tracy

PERMAFROST takes up where “Starlight” and the final scene of “1969” leave off in Gina Russell Tracy’s Climate Change Cycle of Plays, introducing the audience to The Scientist, a fellow researcher and activist friend of “Starlight”’s protagonist Michelle, who’s found in a large study overlooking the Atlantic in the company of her familiar, The Cat, discussing research dating back a century and a half to Eunice Newton Foote which anticipated and could solve the current climate crisis.

CAST: Tanna Frederick as The Scientist, Mary Tierney as The Cat, Kendra Jo Brook reading Stage Directions & playing Fiddle

90 minutes.

COVID Protocol and Etiquette:
If not vaccinated, we require a negative Covid-19 test result taken within the past 3 to 5 days of arrival. The members of the audience will need a printed-out version of test results, or vaccine card, in hand in order to expedite prompt show openings.

Temperatures will be taken at the door. Masks and social distancing are always required.