In “Hadestown,” the Coal-Fired Lights Are Bright on Broadway

Director Rachel Chavkin’s musical about climate change is an infectious, bluesy trip to the underworld—that finds hope in the darkest of places.

April 02, 2019

Patrick Page (Hades) and Amber Gray (Persephone)

Eva Noblezada (Eurydice) and Reeve Carney (Orpheus)

Patrick Page (Hades); the company of Hadestown at National Theatre; Amber Gray (Persephone); Gloria Onitiri (Fate) and Reeve Carney (Orpheus)

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Model, actor, and designer Luka Sabbat can make just about anything look good—even an air mask. Behold the future of fashion.

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The Tempestry Project invites you to spin a colorful yarn about rising temperatures.

Action Figure

And this team of Brooklyn-based grassroots activists helping to hold the world’s five largest investor-owned fossil fuel producers to account isn’t easily intimidated.

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So we’d better get it together and do something NOW.

Personal Action

Anxious about where our planet is headed? Tip one: You’re not alone—and that means a lot.

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When our political system seems irreparably broken, our activism is “how the light gets in.”