Pressure

June 1944: One man’s decision is about to change the course of history. Everything is in place for the biggest invasion known in Europe- D-Day. One last crucial question remains: Will the weather be clear?

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Mosquitoes

Alice is a scientist. She lives in Geneva. As a Large Hadron Collider starts up in 2008, she is embarking on the most exciting work of her life, searching for the Higgs boson particle.

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End Days

Sixteen year old Rachel Stein is having a bad year. Her father hasn’t changed out of his pajamas since 9/11. Her mother has begun a close, personal relationship with Jesus.

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Calculus

The play treats the historical controversy between Sir Isaac Newton and Gottfried Wilhelm Freiherr von Leibniz over the development of the infinitesimal calculus.

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Dark Matter

Maxine Clerk is a physicist chasing after the mysterious dark matter and energy that make up 95% of our known universe. As a rival colleague undermines her efforts, her personal life also begins to unravel.

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A Short History of Nearly Everything

Adapted from Bill Bryson’s award-winning science book, this 45-minute play depicts a funny, fast, bumbling race for knowledge. Einstein, Newton, Curie, and Darwin lead you through a little bit of everything to prove that science[…]

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Newton’s Hooke

A play about Isaac Newton and Robert Hooke which presents “the dark side” of Newton. Emphasis is put on his egotism and his cruelty. The author presents the difficult question of whether Newton deserves all of[…]

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Hapgood

Does light come in waves or particles? Experiments will show either: the experimenter can choose. “A double agent is like a trick of the light,” Kerner the physicist tells Blair the spy catcher.

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Refund

Wasserkopf, who was graduated from an expensive private school eighteen years ago, has been unable to hold a job, hence returns to the school and demands the refund of his tuition fees.

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Now Then Again

A love story between two physicists. Set at Fermilab National Accelerator Laboratory, the script tells the story of Ginny and Henry, two scientists who find a future together despite her husband, his neuroses and their[…]

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Infinity

Sarah Jean is a mathematics prodigy who finds safety in numbers, in the reliability of their defined nature. Her affinity for unhealthy relationships, however, remains completely a mystery.

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And the Sun Stood Still

In the spring of 1539, the young German mathematician Georg Joachim Rheticus journeyed hundreds of miles to northern Poland to meet the aged, reclusive astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus.

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The Genius

Leo Lerner is an American mathematician who has discovered an equation which, if followed to its logical conclusion, would enable anyone to build a weapon which could annihilate mankind.

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No Mercy

A man who witnessed the first testing of the atom bomb at Trinity Site struggles to find faith and meaning in the modern world while Robert Oppenheimer examines the consequences of his own experimentation.

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Isaac’s Eye

To understand light and optics better, young Isaac Newton inserted a long needle “between my eye and the bone, as near to the backside of my eye as I could.” Why take such a risk?

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God and Stephen Hawking

Stephen Hawking faces many challenges in his life, examples being the challenges of scientific exploration and discovery, challenges with his health, and personal challenges such as continuing to be a husband and father.

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The Einstein Project

The Einstein Project is a highly theatrical journey into one of the most fascinating minds of the modern age.  It rejects iconic clichés about Albert Einstein in order to reveal the true man —a dynamic,[…]

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E=MC2

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.

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Copenhagen

In 1941 the German physicist Werner Heisenberg made a clandestine trip to Copenhagen to see his Danish counterpart and friend Niels Bohr.

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Oppenheimer

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[…]

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