Join us at the Strand on the eve of Earth Day 2016 for a new film:
Love Thy Nature
Thursday, April 21 at 7 PM
Neeson is the voice of Homo Sapiens – our collective humankind – who, in the past few thousand years, has come to believe that we are separate from nature. This mind-set has caused us to disrupt billions of years of evolution, causing a mass extinction of species and threatening the survival of the human race.
Love Thy Nature shows that a new era of connectedness with the natural world is key to ensuring our species’ future. This era might just be dawning: A new science called biomimicry taps into nature’s four billion years of R&D for some of the most brilliant cutting edge inventions, pointing to a new highly advanced technological age: The Biological Revolution.
In the medical field, doctors are unveiling new findings on the role of nature to sustain and heal the human body. And experts have discovered that just spending time in nature promotes healing, emotional stability, connectedness, and even neurological health in children.
Through Sapiens’ journey, the film reveals how a relationship with nature ignites a sense of meaning and wonder so profound that it touches us at the very core of what it means to be human. Traversing the globe, Love Thy Nature shares the dazzling spectacles of our planet while revealing how a deeper connection with nature transforms us as people and communities. And that transformation inspires us not only to restore our ecosystems, but also our human family, and ourselves.
See the trailer:
Discount Advance tickets for the film are available at Highway 61 Coffeehouse
And onstage...John Patrick Shanley's
Doubt: a Parable
Friday & Saturday, April 22 & 23 at 7:30 PM
The production features a talented local cast:
Linda Hadala as Sister Aloysius Beauvier,
Matt Mitchell as Father Flynn,
Kimberly Madsen-Thomas as Sister James,
Cathy Sanford as Mrs. Muller.
Discount advance tickets for Doubt are available at Highway 61 Coffeehouse for $10. Tickets at the door: $15.