Superhero Clubhouse is a fiscally sponsored project of Fracture Atlas, a national 501(c)(3) arts service organization. All donations are tax deductible to the extent of the law. For all giving levels, the amount of the gift minus the value of the benefit is the tax-deductible amount.
Tara Ahmadinejad, Akiko Aizawa, Bonnie Bairley, Paul Bedard, Chantal Bilodeau, Anne Bogart, Jonathan Camuzeaux, Ryan Conarro, Nikki Davi & Francesco Fiondella, Tommy Dickie, Ava Eisenson, Gail Goff, Carolyn Hall, Simón Hanukai, Sanam Hashemi, Josephine Holtzman, Corey Johnson, Christine Kayanan, Benjamin Kamine, Layla Khoushnoudi, Angela LaManna, Ellen Lauren, Sonja Petrovic, Christina Pickard, Michelle Preston, Ann Pryor, Eliza Orleans, David Roberts, Chelsea Rugg, Marie-Marguerite Sabongui, Susannah Saylor & Ed Morris, Isabella Sazak, Shawn Shafner, Cassiope Sydoriak, Chelsea Thaler, Meghan Valovage, Dan & Nikki Weisman, Hannah Wolf, Jeffrey Wood, Marya Ursin
J.Ed Araiza, Una Chaudhuri, Charles Duell, Katie Galligan, Owen & Nancy Hughes, Natalie Jeremijenko, Mark Kielecki, Eric & Betsey Liftin, Elliott Maltby, Patricia Mullaney, Nada Petrovic, Lisa Phillips, Adair and Mike Reeve, Madz Reeve, Adam Sternbergh, Jian Wu
Rebecca Acar, Nic Adams, Tara Ahmadinejad, Paul Bedard, Andrew Belcher, Adam Burnett, Deborah Black, Anne Bogart, Jay Cohen & Rachel St. John, Patrick Chen, Maggie-Kate Coleman, Coryn Carson, Jonathan Camuzeaux, Tommy Dickie, Kerry Elson, Carly Erickson, Vanessa and Jay Felix, Julia Finlayson, Maggie Fishman, Kevin Fu, Gail Goff, Janouke Goosen, Lindsay Griffin, Bernard Hanlon, Megan Hanley, Molly Hennighausen, Jack Hrkach, Sarah Hughes, Corey Johnson, Julia May Jones, Brian Watson-Jones, Kate Karczewski, Chrissy Kayanan, Erato A. Kremmyda, Wan Ching Koh, John Kurzynowski, Benjamin Kutschied, Ellen Lauren, Allison LaPlatney, Josie and Joe Lazaro, Hatty Lee, Edward Levine, Lillian Meredith, Mike McNulty, Tina Mitchell, Patricia Mullaney, Eugene Oh, Eliza Orleans, Alexandra Panzer, Katie Palmer, Katey Parker, Thom Pasculli, Stephanie Pistello, Mauricio Pita, Ann Pryor, Larissa Skye Van Rensselaer, Isabella Sazak, Eva von Schweinitz, Hong Shi, Vanessa Sparling, Chelsea Thaler, Marya Ursin, Megan Valovage, Preeti Vasudevan, Solomon Weisbard, Hannah Wolf, Sonja Wosnitzer, Maryam Zaringhalam, Janet Zhou
J.Ed Araiza, Jimmy Buccini, Una Chaudhuri, Charles Deull, Julie Herman, Nancy and Owen Hughes, David Johnson, Mark Kielecki, David Levine, Betsey & Eric Liftin, Elliot Maltby, Lisa Phillips, Adair & Mike Reeve, Madz Reeve, Cassiope Sydoriak, Jian Wu, Anonymous
2016 END-OF-YEAR GIVING CAMPAIGN: SHARE YOUR LIGHT
Our gratitude and recognition of your support on our media, in our programs, and in our community.
BEST FRIENDS $150+
Celebrate a good friendship! A pair of tickets to the Solstice Celebration + a pair of tickets to PLUTO (no longer a play).
For you and your main squeeze: A pair of tickets to PLUTO + a pre-show date in Brooklyn + a pair of tickets to the Solstice Celebration.
You'll be guests of honor at a delicious homemade dinner hosted by Lani and Jeremy to discuss a hopeful environmental future + a pair of tickets to PLUTO (no longer a play) + a pair of tickets to the Solstice Celebration.
Lead the charge to make change in your community! Get together with others to bring our Lab Workshop to your school group, your community organization, your company, or any circle of curious, like-minded peers. *Limited to the NYC tri-state area.
Be a cornerstone of our work! You'll receive Producer credit for PLUTO (no longer a play) -- AND-- receive ALL of the benefits offered above.
Read on to learn about the work you will support.
Introducing our 2017 Season
7th Annual Big Green Theater Festival
April 28-30 at The Bushwick Starr
Our beloved and award-winning eco-playwriting program for Brooklyn fifth-graders that we produce annually in partnership with The Bushwick Starr continues, this year with two schools: P.S.239 in Ridegwood and P.S.075 in Bushwick. From January-March, students are guided in writing original eco-plays, learning the fundamentals of playwriting and environmental science. In April, the kids' plays are professionally performed by adult artists and designed using only sustainable materials and efficient instruments.
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.
In July we continue the work with high school students at El Puente, whose creative writing on climate change will be presented as part of Ghetto Hors D’oeuvres: Climate, an annual multimedia performance event by local Brooklyn artists, for the community of Bushwick.
The Living Stage
October 2016-August 2017 with The Performance Project at University Settlement
The Living Stage combines theatrical design, permaculture, and community engagement to create a lush, outdoor performance space that doubles as a community garden. Situated amongst the urban landscape of the Lower East Side, Manhattan, the Living Stage will be designed by an intergenerational ensemble of local residents and erected in the courtyard of the Meltzer Senior Center. The Stage will be inaugurated in August 2017 with an original performance responding climate resiliency, created by participants.
Flying Ace and the Storm of the Century
October 2017, NYC
Flying Ace returns to NYC to honor the 5th Anniversary of Hurricane Sandy. Perched on the roof of his doghouse, armed only with a typewriter and a rare imagination, a dog attempts to adapt after an unusual hurricane washed him out to sea. Inspired by Charles Shultz' iconic beagle and leading science surrounding extreme climatic events, Flying Ace is a multi-disciplinary tour-de-force arousing hope in the face of disasters caused by climate change.
Science and Stage Collaborative Fellowship
An 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 simultaneously study a variety of climate change topics and approaches to theater-making through a series of workshops, excursions, and rehearsals. The fellowship program culminates in the performance of a new work made by the ensemble and performed in December at our annual Solstice Celebration.
Your generous support of Superhero Clubhouse enables us to:
- Sustain the only American theater company working exclusively at the intersection of environmentalism and performance.
- Nourish a creative process based on rigorous research and collaboration with professionals in scientific fields.
- Bring engaging work to diverse communities across the country and beyond.
- Offer educational experiences to all ages in arts, environment, and cross-disciplinary collaboration.
- Lead the New York theater community in modeling and developing green, sustainable theater practices.
For information on current and upcoming sponsorship opportunities for corporations and other institutions, please contact Lani Fu: firstname.lastname@example.org