The Science Plays
Six playwrights were assigned an era of science (the Atomic Age, the Dark Ages, etc.) and asked to write a ten-minute play. The results are funny, intelligent, and just a little bit dark. From an egomaniacal (and frustratingly slow moving) Archimedes to a couple picking out their genetically perfect baby, we've created a intriguing panorama of science, and it's ethical uncertanties, through time.
5/2/2009 at 8:00pm