Thursday to Saturday at 7:30pm; Sunday at 2pm (Preview Performances 2/11 and 2/12)
Adult: $18; Student/Senior: $13
By Superhero Clubhouse + Kaimera Productions Directed by Simón Adinia Hanukai Written by Jeremy Pickard
What if fossil fuels disappeared tomorrow?
JUPITERis a 200-year-long dialogue between Humanity and a man who made all fossil fuels disappear permanently from the Earth. Featuring original music and created in collaboration with energy experts, JUPITERasks whether it is right or effective to impose radical change for the greater good.
Made in collaboration with environmental experts from Columbia University and Environmental Defense Fund.
Superhero Clubhouse is a collective of artists and scientists working at the intersection of environmentalism and theater.
Kaimera Productions invites audiences to seek new perspectives on global issues through live experiences created by experts in and outside of the arts.
"Unlike most climate change-related art, Jupiter (a play about power) doesn’t fall strictly on the alarmist side of the argument about the state of our planet. Rather, this play asks the question 'Should we impose radical societal change for the greater good?'"
Co-created by Jonathan Camuzeaux, Lani Fu, Simón Adinia Hanukai, Megan McClain, & Jeremy Pickard
Directed by Simón Adinia Hanukai
Written by Jeremy Pickard
Music by Jonathan Camuzeaux
Performed by Jonathan Camuzeaux, Jeremy Pickard, & Sarah Ellen Stephens
Set & Lighting Design by David Bengali & Anshuman Bhatia
Sound Design by Eva von Schweinitz
Costume Design by Angela Harner
Dramaturgy by Megan McClain & Lani Fu
Production Stage Managed by Keith Medelis
Assistant Stage Managed by Julia Levine
Solar Lighting System Engineered by Jay Maury
Join us for scheduled post-show discussions between the audience, expert speakers, and the JUPITER creative team!
Thursday, February 18
Michael Gerrard, Professor of Professional Practice at Columbia Law School and Director of the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law, teaching courses on environmental law, climate change policy, and energy regulation.