Mar 18

MN: Invigorate the Common Well (Episode 2)

Part theater, part science lesson and part cultural ritual, this interactive show explores issues of water quality, quantity and ownership. The show features live performance, installations, video, music and hands-on labs, plus ideas for community advocacy.

Sunday, March 18th, 2007
2:00 pm / In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre, 1500 East Lake Street, Minneapolis

Event Details

Program Coordinator: Tracy Yue ‘86

Episode #2: If the world is indeed our watershed, then how do our actions affect it? What’s IN our water, anyway? Examine the economics of our public water systems and the plastic bottled water industry (it is not necessary to have seen Episode 1).

This play is aimed at ages 6 to adult. Great for families who want to engage their kids about the environment and anyone who’s interested in these issues. After the show, we will have a walk to the nearby Puppet Studio for a special Q&A with Julie Ristau of the Tomales Bay Institute, a partner in this play and a leading think tank on "the commons." Then stay for a reception and a chance to meet with other Carls. For more information on the theatre visit

Cost: $17/person includes the play (tickets are regularly $20), talk, and reception. Make your reservation directly with HOBT by calling 612-721-2535 or email Be sure to tell them you are part of the Carleton group.

Sponsored by Carleton Clubs. Contact: Tracy KS Yue