Mark Kuroski is back in town after working on a anti-deforestation project in Borneo. He has been giving talks at schools and to community groups, and now he’s presenting a cabaret evening to raise money to fund his return trip to the island in Southeast Asia.
His deforest ACTION cabaret/presentation on the problems facing Borneo is from 7 to 8 p.m. Monday at the Root Note.
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Viterbo music-theater students will join Kuroski in performing show tunes from “Oklahoma,” “Fiddler on the Roof,” “Shrek the Musical” and more. Between each song, Kuroski will speak about Borneo, deforestation, palm oil, indigenous rights, and endangered orangutans, as well as different ways Coulee Region residents can help solve these problems.
Because Kuroski is planning to return to Borneo to do more work on the project, he is asking for a $10 donation to help pay his travel and living expenses.