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Abby Phon thinks primetime is ready to “go green”

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We have seen our fair share of crime dramas, medical dramas and political dramas. Is it time for a new genre? Abby Phon, Executive Producer and star of Life Without Green, is on a mission to bring environmental issues to primetime.

Life Without Green is a drama about a young Jewish woman’s struggle to keep her unraveling life together after her fiance vanishes in a haze of suspicion. The series is set in Boston against the backdrop of environmental politics. Rachel Singer, the protagonist, is an environmental idealist and the new Director of the Office for Economic and Environmental Issues at City Hall. She is also a young Jewish woman with something to prove.

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