Lanxing Fu

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Lanxing Fu is a Chinese-American theater artist and co-director of Superhero Clubhouse, an interdisciplinary community engaged in theater-making to shift culture towards climate and environmental justice. With SHC: she is the playwright and co-creator of Mammelephant (The New Ohio / HERE Arts Center / Theatre Row) the program director of The Living Stage NYC (University Settlement / LES Meltzer Senior Center), and a co-creator of PLUTO (no longer a play), (The Brick) and JUPITER (a play about power), (La MaMa). She is also a lead teaching artist with Big Green Theater, an after-school eco-playwriting program in Bushwick (SHC/Bushwick Starr). Recent performances: The Space Between The Letters (dir: Eva von Schweinitz, UTR at The Public), A Climate Clown Opera? (dir: Sarah Hughes, LPAC), 36 Peaks (dir: Sarah Cameron Sunde, Baryshnikov Arts Center). Her writings are published on HowlRound and in American Theatre Magazine. She has taught acting at Peridance Capezio Center, and has been a workshop facilitator and speaker with The New School, Asian American Arts Alliance, Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory, CESTEMER, and more. She was a member of TCG’s 2019 Conference Committee on Climate and is part of TCG’s Rising Leaders of Color 2020 cohort.