Superhero Clubhouse is a New York-based collective of artists and scientists working at the intersection of environmentalism and theater. We create fictional performances rooted in complex environmental questions, practice ecological production, and collaborate across disciplines and communities to enact a thriving society. We believe theater is an essential tool for evolving our consciousness in the face of global environmental crises.
Big Green Theater 7.0
April 28-30 at The Bushwick Starr
Our annual eco-playwriting program for Brooklyn fourth- and fifth-graders culminates in a professional production of students' plays, fully staged, designed sustainably, and featuring original songs. This year's theme is climate justice. Learn more about the program here. And don't miss the performances of these epic, funny, moving, musical plays!
PLUTO (no longer a play)
May 11-June 3 at The Brick
PLUTO is an allegory about extinction... or it used to be, maybe. Three humans attempt to give a presentation about the remains of a play that no longer exists. The fragments seem to suggest the story of a unicorn, a hunter, and a wizard, all struggling to adapt to a rapidly changing world. Facing similar dilemmas, the three humans reenact their findings, searching for hope among the bones.
April Big Green Theater with The Bushwick Starr (seventh annual eco-playwriting program and performance festival)
May/June PLUTO (no longer a play) premieres at The Brick (the ninth in our series of Planet Plays, exploring mass extinction)
July Ghetto Hors D'oeuvres: Climate with Brooklyn Gypsies (a multimedia party/performance for the Bushwick community)
Feb-August The Living Stage with University Settlement (a community-created outdoor performance space that doubles as a community garden)
September-December Science and Stage Collaborative Fellowship returns for a second year
October Flying Ace and the Storm of the Century! returns to NYC, in honor of the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Sandy
December Solstice Celebration, featuring the culminating performance of the Science and Stage Collaborative Fellowship