Superhero Clubhouse is proud to announce the launch of the Science and Stage Collaborative Fellowship, a new initiative uniting environmental experts and theater artists in a semester-long residency to tackle pressing questions about humanity’s relationship to climate change.

The Fellowship gives participants an opportunity to work collaboratively with professionals in other disciplines to address critical issues. Fellows will actively practice creating devised theater based on rigorous research, and learn new ways of communicating their work to a public audience. 

From September-December, our diverse ensemble of experts will simultaneously study a variety of climate change topics and approaches to theater-making through a series of workshops, excursions, and rehearsals. The fellowship program will culminate in the performance of a new work made by the ensemble, which will take place on Sunday December 18 as the centerpiece of Superhero Clubhouse's annual Solstice Celebration. Tickets available soon. 

 

2016 fellows

fellowship manager & committee

Alexandra Tsubota, Fellowship Manager 

Alexandra Tsubota, Fellowship Manager 

Our Fellowship Manager is Alexandra Tsubotaa dancer and choreographer working at the junction of art and environment. She aims for an interdisciplinary exploration of human relationships with nature, handling themes of consumption, resource use, and animal ethics. Alexandra received her BFA in Dance from Tisch School of the Arts at NYU, where she also received a BA in Environmental Studies. She joined Carol Mendes & Artists (NYC) for their 2013-2014 season, and has performed works by Crystal Pite, Shen Wei, and Michelle Dorrance. Her own work has been performed in New York and Cleveland. Alexandra currently works with United Cerebral Palsy, coordinating movement and arts programming for adults with disabilities. Allie will manage and guide the Fellowship process as well as participate and perform. 

Our Fellowship Committee includes Sergio Botero (biologist at Rockefeller University and multidisciplinary artist), Josh Browne (Postdoctoral Research Associate at The Earth Institute at Columbia University), Jonathan Camuzeaux (Senior Economic Analyst at Environmental Defense Fund and musician/composer), and Nada Petrovic (fellow at USAID, former researcher at Center for Research on Environmental Decisions).