If theater is your thing, here’s a great short review of the new play The Boycott — by Kathryn Blume — that challenges assumptions about what environmental activism should look like. A humorous and serious one-woman show, it’s a contemporary take on Aristophanes’ comedy Lysistrata, in which women from Athens and Sparta refuse to sleep with their husbands until they stop the war. Blume’s schedule brings the show to Alaska and Vermont this month, and New Hampshire and Missouri this spring.