PROJECT EARTH will be a theater production with instrumental music,
that conveys love, respect and care for our living planet.
A call for awareness of the urgent need to protect our earth,
this little blue dot in the universe, the only place we humans can live and thrive.
We are inviting children and youth under 18 to join a team of writers
and participate on creating a play that explores Earth's healing journey.
Writers meetings are on Saturdays at 11 AM, by Zoom.
To join us send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
They are working under the guidance of children’s
playwright and theater educator Maia Kinney-Petrucha
The theater production will be based in Carl Sagan's Pale Blue Dot video
With this project we wish to bring awareness to the urgent need to protect our earth. We want to encourage the younger generation to think about the actions we humans are doing and become aware of the power we have to change this way of acting.
Because ARTS open the heart and mind, and alert us of the problems we want to ignore, we believe this collaboration will make children aware, responsive and hopeful, encouraging them to act wisely to protect our earth.
PROJECT EARTH will be a theater production with instrumental music inspired by work created by children and compiled by a professional play writer expert in children plays. A professional composer will compose the music for the story. The production will be a collaboration between children and Multi-Arts, and the music will be performed live by a professional musician.
Maia Kinney-Petrucha is a children’s playwright and theater educator based in New York City and Amherst, Massachusetts. Her background in cognitive science drives her love for theatrical research, and for the power theater have to heal and foster empathy through storytelling. She believes that collaboration between young and adult artists is vital for inspiring new ideas. She is passionate about exploring how theater and in all art expressions can spark change.
Luna Pearl Woolf
The music of composer Luna Pearl Woolf has been praised for its “psychological nuances and emotional depth,” by the New York Times. Her works in opera, dramatic chamber music, silent film and music-storytelling have been commissioned by Carnegie Hall, Washington National Opera, Minnesota Sinfonia, Salle Bourgie, ECM+, as well as individual artists and festivals.
set and prop designer
Art director & teacher
Julio is an artist mainly focused on oil painting and drawing. He has worked as head carpenter and painter in theater productions in Chicago, as well as a set designer in opera productions in Massachusetts. Also, for two years, Julio worked with the Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago, making play items for the animals to help keep them healthy and active! He is the art director and teacher of Multi-Arts, and will lend his expertise in set & prop making, and artistic direction for the play.