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The Climate Change Project

Magnus Theatre's Collective Creation Project returns for our 2023-2024 season!

CCP is a FREE theatre creation program for students aged 13-18 which enables them to tell stories which mean something to them and their communities.

This year's CCP is The Climate Change Project. We will be exploring the impacts of human made climate change on our local environment, our local communities and what we can do to affect change.

Our 2023/2024 Collective Creation Project has already begun. If you are interested in joining late then please email [email protected]!

About CCP

The Collective Creation Project (CCP) is a FREE project for students in grades 9 - 12, meeting twice a week (4 hours per week)

The Collective Creation Project is an annual cooperative effort with Magnus Theatre and local high school students. With the guidance of professional theatre staff, students from across the city come together to write a play on a social issue affecting Thunder Bay. Students are involved in all aspects of the creation of the play, from writing to acting and production. Auditions are typically held in October, with writing workshops held November through to March. Rehearsals then begin in March, with public performances on our main stage in June.


The Climate Change Project is supported by the Thunder Bay Community Foundation.

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Community Partner


We are excited to be partnering with the Lakehead Region Conservation Authority for The Climate Change Project this season!

The Lakehead Region Conservation Authority (LRCA) is a community-based environmental agency that provides value-added services to our watershed residents. We are responsible for the wise management of renewable natural resources in our watershed. Conservation Authorities undertake a broad range of programs, including: watershed management, erosion control, flood forecasting & warning, recreation, water level monitoring, plan input & review, environmental education and stewardship. We improve quality of life by actively providing Conservation Areas for semi-passive recreation and environmental education opportunities.

Go to to check out all the good work they do for our local environment!