The festival of environmentally conscious works is the first production presented as part of 9Thirty's one-year residency at the Seaport. 9ThirtyTheatre Company, which devotes its programming to works that inspire sustainable living and environmentally aware art, will present four plays as part of the festival, which runs April 22-25.
Announced to appear in the offerings are Rebecca Naomi Jones (Passing Strange, This Beautiful City, Wig Out), Ashley Morris (Die Mommie Die!, "The Electric Company"), Will Rogers (From Up Here), Trevor Vaughn, Freddie Bennett, Jeff Burroughs, Chance Carroll, Nicole Hodges, Holly Pierson, Stacy Salvette and Elizabeth Van Meter.
The festival will have designs by Rachel Gilmore (lighting design) and Elaine Lim and Francisco Pablo (costume design).
Works included in the festival are Bailey Williams' The 10 Billionth Baby, directed by Justine Eure; Barbara Kingsley's Living in the Blue Zone, directed by Jesse Patch; Sarah H. Haught's Collapse; and Michael Anderson's Mrs. Sasquatch Goes to Washington, directed by Isaac Klein.
The plays will be presented at 8 PM at the Seaport Cultural Space, located at SEAPORT 210 Front St in lower Manhattan. For tickets, phone (212) 868-4444, or visit Smarttix. For further information visit 9TTC.