Nomadic Tempest Presented by Caravan Stage Company
Performances Nightly at Point Hudson Marina | July 24 – July 28, 2018
A theatrical performance taking place entirely on S/V Amara Zee, Nomadic Tempest tells a story of a world devastated by climate change. You can expect “impactful wake-up-calls about the planet and modern culture,” according to Dawn Gibson’s article in the Sooke News Mirror.
Caravan Stage is self-described as “a non-profit company with a diverse cast of actors, aerial artists and technicians that creates an original experimental theatre and opera dedicated to the themes of environmental justice and civil rights.”