Superhero Clubhouse creates theater to enact climate and environmental justice, cultivate hope, and inspire a thriving future.
We make original performances and offer creative resources for communities and collaborators from all walks of life: students, scientists, artists, organizers, teachers, policy-makers, and more.
HOW WE WORK
Our artistic processes bring people together across differences and disciplines to model a regenerative society in response to the climate crisis. Our work is joyfully rooted in ecological knowledge, relationship to the land, and imagination as a powerful tool of future-building.
WHERE WE WORK
Superhero Clubhouse is based in Lenapehoking (New York City), the occupied home of the Native Lenape people, with respect to our Shinnecock, Wampanoag, Haudenosaunee neighbors. In the spirit of making erased histories visible, we pay respect to their elders past and present, and thank them for their continued stewardship of the land. We recognize that land acknowledgement is simply one small step towards reconciliation and building right relationship with native people and native land.
We pursue regenerative justice for all beings, because environmental crises are inherently problems of equity.
We believe that tangible hope is necessary for a movement towards a just, thriving society.
We consider differences in identity, discipline, medium, ability, and thought as vital to a creative process and a better world.
We create upon a strong foundation of environmental science, both Western and Indigenous science, along with traditional ecological knowledge. We view all knowledge-holders as essential collaborators.