Geologist Roger Kuhns will take his new solo show, The Continuing Adventures of Carbon Man, to the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Door County, 10341 Water St. in north Ephraim, on Oct. 19, 7:30 pm.
His monologue explores the personal paths we can take to address climate change, delving into the issue from the perspectives of an oil supertanker captain, a father reflecting on conversations with his daughter about hamburgers and our carbon footprint, what the custodian in Congress hears as he listens in on side conversations, a discussion with a climate-change denier and more. Original music will accompany the narrative. The show emphasizes what’s being done and what more each of us can do.
Kuhns is a writer, filmmaker, performer and founder of SustainAudit, a sustainable-practices application company based in Mystic, Connecticut. The cost is $15 per person. A reception – hosted by the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship’s Environmental Justice Action Team and supported by the Climate Change Coalition of Door County – will follow the show.