With the COVID Pause paused, I can finally bring my new play, A Climate of Errors, into the theater.

If you are in the Los Angeles area, c’mon out and celebrate Earth Day weekend this Saturday, April 23 with the first public reading of this piece about climate change.

I wrote A Climate of Errors specifically because most art about climate change devolves into polemics that, however well-intentioned, become boring. As a NASA scientist, I’ve already written my boring pieces about climate change for the peer-reviewed scientific literature, so there’s no need to repeat that here. The storytelling is intended to be entertaining, first and foremost.

And who better to tell that story than a bunch of fantastic, seasoned actors? The cast features Tucker Smallwood (Star Trek, The X-Files, The Cotton Club, Traffic), Wendy Worthington (National Tour of Wicked, Bones, 2 Broke Girls), Rob Nagle (Modern Family, Criminal Minds, NCIS, The Judas Kiss, Human Interest Story, Church & State), Jennifer Pollono (Small Engine Repair), Allison Blaize (Stupid Kid, The Play About The Baby, Tribes), Krishna Smitha (Silicon Valley, This Is Us), and AnnaLisa Erickson (Far From The Tree, Happiness Runs).

So, come see the goings on in a (allegedly) haunted bed and breakfast nestled in the quiet town woods of Massaco, Connecticut. More details in the graphic below. No admission, no RSVPing, just show up masked with proof of vax. See you in the theater!