The Brazilian company that can turn your garbage into musical instruments


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This story originally appeared on Foro Económico Mundial

By Kate Whiting , Senior Writer, Formative Content

What goes around comes around. That famous saying about the way we treat others could apply equally to the way we treat the planet.

The plastic waste we see dumped on clogged streets and beaches is one of the most visible examples of human impact on the environment – but now it’s coming back to haunt us.

Last summer, the World Health Organization called for an urgent investigation into the health impact of microplastics, after particles were found in drinking water.

The world produces more than 400 million tons of plastics each year, much of which is poorly managed after use – only 14-18% are formally recycled and more than

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ASU Music Theatre and Opera collaborates on official cast album for new musical

September 22, 2020

Arizona State University Music Theatre and Opera, in collaboration with musical theater writers Rachel Dean and David Brush, released the official cast album for “The Anxiety Project.” The new musical is a 90-minute themed production based on anonymous true stories of people who experience anxiety or depression.

“The Anxiety Project: Original Cast Album,” released on YouTube, features 21 show tracks plus a bonus Dean-Brush song, “Something to Leave Behind,” performed by ASU alumna and Broadway tour performer Caelan Creaser. The recording will soon be available on over 150 streaming platforms including Apple Music, Spotify, Google Play and Amazon Music.
“The Anxiety Project” is a 90-minute themed production based on anonymous true stories of people who experience anxiety or depression. It is the first full-length musical recorded at ASU involving ASU students.
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“The Anxiety Project” is the first full-length musical recorded

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