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Those crane-climbing Greenpeace protesters now have their own musical


Protesters scaled a crane in Washington, D.C. today. Now the act has inspired a musical.

"Tune In For News", Circa's weekly improvised musical show, debuted today with a take on the Greenpeace protest that saw a team of activists climbing crane a few blocks from the White House and unfurling a sign that read "Resist".  You can look for singers/improvisors Rebecca Vigil, Evan Kaufman to be joined by Jody Shelton on keyboard for future installments. 

You can see more from them live at their New York City based show Your Love Our Musical

As of 5:30pm Eastern Wednesday the protesters were still up on the crane.

Once unfurled atop the 270-foot crane, the sign could be seen from the White House lawn. 

I fear not only the policies of the incoming administration, but also the people emboldened by this election to commit acts of violence and hate. Now is the time to resist.
Pearl Robinson, Activist

Greenpeace used their website to call for supporters to "resist Trump’s attacks on environmental, social, economic, and educational justice."

So, whatd'ja think of the musical? Comment below, we're listening. 

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