A worldchanging eco-literacy program for
Utah's high schools and universities
a Broader Impacts Partner of:
National Science Foundation
Our mission is to communicate urgent climate science and core principles of ecology to Utah's young people, and connect them with local organizations who are working to create ecological and social sustainability in their own backyard.
A wave of eco-literate young people reshaping the cultural and physical landscape of Utah, and the planet, for the better.
SHAKE YOUR PEACE and The Whupestra
SHAKE YOUR PEACE! and The Whupestra is an experimental musical theater company based in Salt Lake City, UT that immerses audiences in "whup" - a multicultural music, dance, and street theater style imbued with an ecotopian perspective. Whup music is featured on the forthcoming album: "Whup Music."
Gabe Dominguez - Director
Director Gabe Dominguez co-founded the critically lauded and award-winning Bicycle Music Festival in San Francisco. He has completed 7 bicycle-based music tours, and 3 walking-based music tours with his band SHAKE YOUR PEACE!, sharing a message of sustainability. He is the subject of a Velo Visionaries episode that has been featured at over a dozen film festivals.
Music Director, keyboards, choir
Courtney Lane Spaulding
theater, crew, coming soon...
marching bass drum
Katia pixie Racine
Ecotopia Now! is an educational musical theater assembly + informational fair, touring Utah high schools and colleges in 2020. The first tour rolls out April 20-24 celebrating the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, followed by a second tour September 14-19, 2020. The program is estimated to reach approximately 30,000 high school and college students along Utah's Wasatch Front.
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Ecotopia Now! is an artistic production of
SHAKE YOUR PEACE! and The Whupestra,
a Salt Lake City-based experimental musical theater company.
Ecotopia Now! is a fiscally sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a 501(c)3 charity. Please consider supporting our work with a tax-deductible donation:
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