Superhero Clubhouse Fellowship Performance
Presented by Superhero Clubhouse and The Tank
Trés Marias is a new performance work that explores climate justice, Puerto Rican identity, and hope after hurricanes. Weaving personal stories of loss and resilience that bridge New York, Puerto Rico, and the glacial Andes, Trés Marias is a love poem to the communities that emerge from the wreckage of displacement.
By Shy Richardson and Karina Yager, 2018-2019 Fellows
Drexciya (Study II): Drexciya is an underwater mythical resistance story honoring the black diaspora's complicated relationship to water. It seeks to question what can be done to help heal our relationship to water so that we don't lose it.
By Aya Lane and Imani Dennison, 2018-2019 Associate Fellows
The Fellowship is a six-month paid residency with Superhero Clubhouse for two individuals to collaboratively create a new performance-based project centered on environmental justice.
Superhero Clubhouse unites ecology and theater to enact justice, cultivate hope, and inspire a thriving future. We are a New York-based community of artists, scientists, and environmental professionals invested in a long-term experiment to understand how theater can help shift consciousness in the face of global climate change.