Celebrate EARTH DAY 2021 all year long with Henry David Thoreau and Ralph Waldo Emerson

Walden: The Ballad of Thoreau is a 58 minute full HD 16×9 production of the Walden play, performed in a beautiful theatre in front of a live audience. The setting of the 4-character, one set, two act performance is the final two days Henry David Thoreau spent in his cabin before leaving Walden Pond.

We are offering any website, community group, community theatre, high school, college and home school group the opportunity to stream the Earth-oriented production off the home page of your site or web channel FREE OF CHARGE.

The award-winning Walden Play is administrated by WoodSongs, Inc, a non profit 501-3-c education group and the production comes with LESSON PLANS for middle, high and college age students (the theatre performance of Walden has been registered for live performance by over 9,400 community theatres and schools in 42 countries.)

To download the MP4 or link to our online production, simple send an email to office@woodsongs.com with WALDEN in the subject heading or call 859-255-5700. We will send you full, no-obligation permission to use the Walden play FREE to promote all history, literature, environmental, green and earth studies.

To PERFORM Walden as a ZOOM production for your community, email office@woodsongs.com for the FREE script and director’s notes.

This is perfect for Earth Day 2021.

The WALDEN PLAY is 58 minutes long, begins with a short 5 minute documentary on Thoreau and ends with a 5 minute statement about taking care of our communities and environment.

Preview the entire, commercial free production below.

DOWNLOAD OPTIONS (email office@woodsongs.com for FREE links):

LINK to the YouTube page … EMBED onto your website … DOWNLOAD the HiRes MP4

TEXT SUGGESTION (copy and paste): Celebrate all that Henry David Thoreau and Ralph Waldo Emerson mean to nature, our Earth and the global green movement. Sit with your entire family and watch “WALDEN: The Ballad of Thoreau” set during the final two days Henry David Thoreau spent in his cabin before leaving Walden Pond. LESSON PLANS for teachers and home school parents availabe free of charge at WaldenPlay.com