“The time-honed tradition of politicized mischief is back … “

Eli Rosenberg, The Brooklyn Paper

Kathryn Blume


Kathryn Blume grew up improvising radio dramas on a tape recorder and pretending the trees were talking back. A little while later, she finagled a self-designed degree from Yale in environmental studies and theater, and it’s been pretty much stuff like that ever since. She is co-founder of the radio show Earth on the Air, and the Lysistrata Project, the first worldwide theatrical event for peace. She has had essays published in numerous books, blogs, and magazines. Kathryn’s also a solo performer, climate activist, yoga teacher, wedding officiant, haphazard gardener, and irresponsible cat owner.


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Case Study: Lysistrata Project

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June 15, 2012

It was early 2003. In the face of unprecedented global public opposition, the Bush Administration was moving relentlessly toward an illegal and unjustified war with Iraq. Desperate to stop the war, people all over the world were seeking creative ways to voice their opposition. Inspired by the recently organized New   …Continue Reading

Principle: Enable, don’t command

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May 30, 2012

Supportive, enabling leaders awaken the creative potential of participants.