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Join SoCal Science Cafe member Gia Mora ( for an unforgettable evening of music, math, and mayhem.

For one night only, Thursday, Feb. 21 at 9 p.m., Ms. Mora unleashes her signature wit and intellectual prowess in her new one-woman show, EINSTEIN'S GIRL. Using cutting edge physics as a metaphor for 21st century interpersonal relations, Mora investigates what she likes to call “science of love… theoretically speaking.”

Mora combines beloved standards with original songs and stories guaranteed to delight sweethearts and singletons alike as they travel on a journey to the edges of the universe and the interior of their hearts.

Featuring Charlie Barnett and guest starring Devin Kelly. Co-produced by Jonathan White and Gia Mora.

Thursday, Feb. 21 at 9 p.m.
Gardenia Restaurant & Lounge
7066 Santa Monica Avenue in Hollywood
Reservations Highly Recommended[masked]
Tickets $20 + 2 Drink Minimum*
*Dinner seating begins at 7pm, and priority seating will be given to patrons with dinner reservations (drink minimum is waived).

GROUP DISCOUNT AVAILABLE! If SCSC members reserve 10 or more seats by phone, tickets are only $15 (+minimum). Admission price includes an exclusive "schmooze session" with Gia after the show.

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“Gia Mora is a gifted singer, lyricist, dancer, comedienne, and actress.”
-Cabaret Scenes Magazine
“Four and a half stars! Lovely! Mora skips between the lightness and effervescence of the Broadway-pop sound and the grand sweep of a matron’s rich, round resonance. Unique in the cabaret scene!”
-DC Metro Theatre Arts
“I loved your concert! Such a big voice… a well-integrated show, with your own songs, some nostalgia, comic invention, and deep emotion.”
-Ken McNaughton, Associate Publisher of The Industrial Physicist

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  • Dr. Brian H.

    I have another commitment! G'luck and break a leg though!

    February 21, 2013

  • Dennis F.

    9pm start time a little too late for Jane & I working in south OC.

    February 11, 2013

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  • Gia M.
    Science Ambassador,
    Event Host
  • A former member

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