UtahPresents Executive Director, Brooke Horejsi, shared her thoughts about the upcoming performance of The Crossroads Project at The Leonardo Museum on February 24.
The Crossroads Project brings the power of performance art to bear on one of the great conversations of our time: humanity’s growing lack of sustainability and the quest for truly meaningful response. The show is a blending compelling and poetic science, evocative imagery and powerful music. The Fry Street Quartet, along with physicist and educator Dr. Robert Davies, explore the impacts of society’s unsustainable systems, Earth’s rapidly changing climate, and humanity’s opportunity for a new direction. The result is an inspiring and deeply personal contemplation of the paths before us.
The Crossroads Project has been discussed on NPR’s All Things Considered, and marks UtahPresents’ first collaboration with The Leonardo Museum in downtown Salt Lake City.
Watch our interview with Brooke to learn a little more about The Crossroads Project.
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