All Our Energy was a part of the recently extended hit family musical Endangered! at their CLIMATE TALKBACK SERIES, following the Sunday performances (3pm curtain, talk back began at 4:30pm) at the Davenport Theatre (354 West 45 Street)
THE ENDANGERED CLIMATE TALKBACK SERIES welcomed devoted environmental experts and activists to speak on the many aspects of climate change and related issues and concerns, including endangered species preservation, education and outreach, and sustainable solutions. This series speaks to the most current issues and thinking on climate change and its causes, habitat loss and species preservation, and the best strategies to educate the younger generation – including arts and entertainment vehicles such as Endangered! The Musical.
“With residents of Texas and Louisiana barely drying off from Hurricane Harvey, and Hurricane Irma buffeting the Caribbean and bearing down on the US, with historic wildfires in the western US and superstorms around the globe, there is no time to lose in discussing and illuminating the topic of global warming and climate disruption. The central message of Endangered! is about the importance for people of all ages of being aware of the changes taking place all around the world, the impact of those changes on both animals and humans, and the importance of caring for and celebrating all life on the planet,” said Endangered! book writer, Keni Fine.