"The Einstein Project" by Paul D'Andrea and Jon Klein
Visual Communication Building, Black Box Theater
The MSU School of Film and Photography presents, "The Einstein Project," by Paul D'Andrea and Jon Klein, Feb. 21-March 2nd, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30pm at the Black Box Theater on the MSU campus.
Directed by SFP professor Tom Watson, "The Einstein Project" is a highly theatrical journey into one of the most fascinating minds of the modern age. Theatrical techniques involving movement, music, and visual images convey Einstein's mental and emotional struggles as he is forced to go counter to his own pacifist beliefs while assisting in the development of the atomic bomb.
"The Einstein Project" is presented in conjunction with MSU's President's Fine Arts Series and is sure to "engage your mind and touch your heart." (Theatre Notes). A Curtain Up review calls the play "...stimulating, intelligent theater...the subtleties of the images simply take your breath away." Tickets for "The Einstein Project" are $10 for students, $12 for the general public, and will be available in advance at First Interstate Bank on campus in the SUB, at the front desk of the VCB (11th and Grant streets) or at the door prior to performance.
The cost of this event is: $10 students, $12 general
For questions regarding this event, please contact:
School of Film and Photography