By lawler

the first incarnation of ecoTheater, before I moved it to wordpress

April 07
Message vs. Action
More theater facilities go green!
Monona Rossol and the toxic, unsafe theater we create
Austin’s Co-Production Collective, part I

May 07
Austin’s Co-Production Collective, part II
Is waste inherent in theater production?
Critical elements of change…

June 07
New Avenues
Energized (renewably)
Thank heavens for local law 86
Summer greenList
“We wanted to do the right thing”

July 07
A Small Voice
More good news…
Is change inevitable? (Mike’s birthday message)
LEED standards don’t stand in the way of artistic expression
NYTW leads the way toward a green future for American theater


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