STAGES Doughnut Workshop
The STAGES - Sustainable Theatre Alliance for a Green Environmental Shift project, a major experiment in theatre and sustainability, has just released a new sustainable theatre tool: The STAGES Doughnut Workshop
Introducing the 'STAGES Doughnut Workshop': A Holistic Sustainability Tool for Theatres Worldwide
The new tool combines social and environmental factors and brings a theatre’s entire staff together to work towards sustainable transformation.
In a move to drive sustainability within the theatre industry, the STAGES – Sustainable Theatre Alliance for a Green Environmental Shift project today releases the transformative ‘STAGES Doughnut Workshop’.
This innovative tool was devised by STAGES partner Theatre Vidy-Lausanne and the Competence Centre for Sustainability at the University of Lausanne (Switzerland) in the context of Sustainable theatre?, an artistic project developed with British theatre director Katie Mitchell and French choreographer Jerôme Bel. It offers a deep and fundamentally participatory approach to developing and managing sustainable theatres.
As the Workshop is inspired by economist Kate Raworth’s groundbreaking concept of ‘Doughnut Economics’, it is focused on both environmental and social aspects of sustainability.
Over the course of 10-12 participatory sessions, conducted across several months, theatre staff from all departments are invited to auto-analyse their organisation’s current work on issues ranging from local biodiversity and waste to staff wellbeing, diversity and accessibility – and envision the most useful steps to address these concerns.
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