Garrett Heads to London To See How It’s Done

[been meaning to put this up for a while. busy days.]

Old friend of ecoTheater, and sustainable theater champion, Ian Garrett (who also happens to be the recent recipient of the Sherwood Award from the Center Theatre Group) has traveled across the pond to visit theater artists in London recently.

So far, I’ve heard from Ian that he had a chance to see Arcola’s hydrogen fuel cell in operation, and met with the theater’s artistic director Mehmet Ergen. He also attended Theatre Materials/Material Theatres conference last week and told me via email from London that he was rather pleased to finally be discussing the sustainability of artmaking rather than merely technology.

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