Sustainable Charlotte and Incorruptible
1:00 pm
Mon November 1, 2010

Sustainable Charlotte and Incorruptible

Part One: Sustainable Charlotte Monday marks the day that government and community leaders will gather together to begin an initiative to make Charlotte a "sustainable city". So, what IS a sustainable city? On this edition of Charlotte Talks, we'll be joined by the founder of a new organization whose sole purpose is to help make Charlotte into one of the nation's leaders in terms of sustainability. We'll talk about what factors makes a city sustainable, and how much work Charlotte has to become a leader in sustainability. Guests Shannon Binns - Executive Director, Sustain Charlotte Ernie McLaney - Executive Director, CPCC's Center for Sustainability and Board Member, Sustain Charlotte Sustain Charlotte website Part Two: Incorruptible The dark ages are known for being a difficult time to be alive but playwright Michael Hollinger found a way to make the Dark Ages darkly comic in his play, Incorruptible. Collaborative Arts is presenting Mr. Hollinger's work after a successful staging of another of his plays. Mr. Hollinger and director Peter Smeal join us to talk about the most recent offering from Collaborative Arts, a company whose reputation continues to rise. Guests Michael Hollinger - Playwright, Incorruptible Peter Smeal - Director, Incorruptible Incorruptible runs Nov. 4-14th at the Duke Energy Theatre Michael Hollinger's website Add and read comments

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