‘Carbon Man’ Visits UU Fellowship

Geologist Roger Kuhns will take his new solo show, The Continuing Adventures of Carbon Man, to the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Door County, 10341 Hwy 42 in north Ephraim, on Oct. 19, 7:30 pm.

The monologue explores the paths everyone can take to address climate change. Kuhns delves into the perspectives of an oil supertanker captain, a father reflecting on conversations with his daughter about hamburgers and our carbon footprint, a climate-change denier, what the custodian in Congress hears as he listens to side conversations, experiences on Capitol Hill with a carbon pricing bill and in Puerto Rico as it heals from Hurricane Maria, and more. Original music accompanies the narrative.

Kuhns, who holds a Ph.D. in economic geology, is a writer, filmmaker, performer and founder of SustainAudit, a sustainable-practices application company in Mystic, Connecticut. The cost of $15 per person includes a reception following the show. To learn more, visit