Activist Performance Group Coltura Hopes Their 'Funeral for Gasoline' Can Make a Dent in Climate Change
by Rich Smith
O n October 2, a civic-minded performance group called Coltura is holding a funeral for gasoline. Actors outfitted in white leotards will play "gasoline ghosts," ethereal beings addicted to Texas tea. During performances, the ghosts haunt gas stations, waft smog into their nostrils, carry around gas nozzles with severed hoses, and otherwise clown around with carbon.
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