Carnival of Ruin
This past summer, EGTPR had the privilege of working with the WCU’s Department of Theatre and Dance to host the debut of Carnival of Ruin! Carnival of Ruin was a live theatrical performance with a message of sustainability. In fact, all costumes, props and stages were made from post-consumer waste! And we have many East Goshen residents to thank for their contributions! Beginning in 2019, residents donated used plastic bags, clothing, tidy Cat bins and old soda cans that became part of this artistic masterpiece! One of the neatest elements were the six PSAs featuring Charlie Boggs, CoR’s Carnival Barker and EGTPR’s Director Jason Lang, as the hilariously discussed ways we can live more sustainably.
You can view these funny, two minute PSAs and learn a little bit too!
https://youtu.be/dMw5K-yZi6E Clean streams begin in our front lawns
https://youtu.be/NZDtp6DWxTg Fun facts about water
https://youtu.be/c5RnCIIDsu4 How to make natural household cleaners
https://youtu.be/weZKsdKVMWc Ditch the plastics
https://youtu.be/68fVoQduBx4 Tips to reduce energy usage
https://youtu.be/_fzffyVtMQ4 Recycle this, not that!
Did you miss the Carnival of Ruin performance on June 5th in the EGT Park?
Watch a 10 minute collage of the entire process from “garbage” collection through the final bow!