The plays revolves around Hamm, an aged master, who is blind and can’t stand up, and his servant Clov, who can’t sit down. They exist in a tiny house by the sea, although the dialogue[…]
In a ramshackle cantina in Los Alamos, New Mexico, on the night of July 15, 1945, four people await the test of the atomic bomb. Each of them is connected directly or indirectly with the[…]
Andrey Botvinnik is a charming, worldly and glib Russian. John Honeyman is a stuffy but passionately idealistic American. The two men sit on a bench in the middle of the woods near Geneva. One wants[…]
This play brings the reader through the questioning of Oppenheimer, the leading physician in the making of the atomic bomb, by a Personnel Security Board.
After a nuclear disaster at the nearby power plant where they used to work, married couple Hazel and Robin are approached by their colleague Rose.
The Theatrical effectiveness of the “living newspaper” was conclusively demonstrated in the productions of “Power” and “One Third of a Nation.” This last edition of the “living newspaper” compares most favorably with the previous ones.
1939: Fascism spreads across Europe, Franco marches on Barcelona and two German chemists discover the processes of atomic fission. In Berkeley, California, theoretical physicists recognize the horrendous potential of this new science; a weapon that[…]
Herbert George Beutler believes he is Newton, Ernst Ernesti thinks he is Einstein. Johann Wilhelm Mobius who has visions in which King Solomon appears to him. In charge is the aristocratic, hunchbacked woman-psychiatrist, Fraulein Dr. Mathilde[…]