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Written by Dr. Laura Moore (Earth, Marine and Environmental Sciences Faculty)
Directed by Jules Odendahl-James (UNC Alumnus)
March 24-25 at 7:30pm

Center for Dramatic Art, room 101, UNC-CH campus


The effects of climate change become personal in this play about a coastal family and community grappling with the aftermath of a devastating hurricane. FIRE grant recipients, Laura Moore and Kathryn Hunter-Williams (Department of Dramatic Arts Faculty) teamed up to create Rollover based on hard science and informed by documentary-style interviews. UNC alumnus Jules Odendahl-James, who will direct this reading, has also been a part of this dynamic STEM team, serving as project dramaturg throughout the development process. Rollover is a deeply moving narrative that also aims to create shared understanding and inspire action. 


Co-sponsored by the UNC-CH Earth, Marine and Environmental Sciences Department, the Institute of Marine Science, the UNC Institute for the Environment, and the Collaboratory for Coastal Adaptation over Space and Time (C-CoAST).

Photo Credit: USGS

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