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A musical of this little book-- essentially an amalgam of parables -- is also in the works.

Einstein: A Stage Portrait This one-person bio-drama covered a lot of territory, with flashbacks from Einstein's Princeton home to various phases of his personal and professional life.

Three men and four women (the exact makeup of the cast) are watching the oldest man pump air out of a glass globe (the air pump) into which a live bird has been placed. What we have here is a David and Goliath struggle — David being Philo Farnsworth, a young genius who was 12 years old when he had his monumental concept moment in an Idaho potato farm field; with David Sarnoff being the Goliath who wants to control the patent rights after the young inventor has managed to get funding to bring his concept to fruition.

Fermat's Last Tango Instead of supplying the proofs for his theorems, the seventeenth century mathematician, Pierre de Fermat, often challenged others to do so.

It opens exactly two hundred years ago in 1809 where the daughter of the landed gentry family, Thomasina Coverley is being tutored by the handsome Septimus Hodge who wants her to concentrate on Fermat's last theorem.

The same scene is the setting for a twentieth century story.

A fascinating idea though according to our critic, it's the actors who make it work. -There's a lot of talk about algorithms and protein cultures in this amusingnew play, but there's also a lot of pillow talk. Copenhagen Michael Frayn's absorbing drama about the meeting between the German physicist Werner Heisenberg and his mentor Niels Bohr (Philip Bosco during World War II was one of the most cerebral and entertaining plays of the 2000 Broadway season.

Good acting and direction and wonderfully slick staging will keep audiences engaged even if the tech talk between computer and biological science grad students. Dora, an opera in 2 acts The scientific delvings into the human mind can also serve as a mother lode for dramatic invention.

In this "science opera" the subject is Freud's analysis of one of his best-known and frustrating cases.

Einstein's Dreams Holderness Theater Company used Kipp Erante Cheng's adaptation of A Alan Lightman novel of the same name.

Sloan Foundation Science & Technology Project, views the impact of the X-Ray through a series of comedy sketches and against the background of the 1895 Chicago World's Fair.

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