Ahead of the premiere of 2071: A Performance about Climate Change at the Seymour Centre, Dustin Duong had a chat with the centre's artistic director, Tim Jones.
From 26th May to 10th June, The Seymour Centre will present the Australian premiere of 2071, a part of Seymour’s Great Ideas Performance series which engages with significant issues of our time, provoking thought and public discourse around big contemporary questions.
2071 is a performance about climate change created from the words of prestigious scientist, Professor Chris Rapley. This beautiful production fuses the story of Rapley’ s personal career in science with the facts of climate change and our planets’ history of global warming. This story, spoken by multiple voices, is set against the backdrop of astounding 3D projections and an original music score. Theatre, science and art combine to imagine what the world might be like in the future. The show is also part of Vivid Live for this year.
More information and tickets at the Seymour Centre.