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Cambridge Science Festival next week

From: Heather
Sent on: Thursday, April 24, 2008 1:18 PM

The Cambridge Science Festival is next week and it would be great to get us to at least one of the events.

Please look at what's coming up, and if you'd like to go to something and want company, send me a note and I'll set it up, even if I or an assistant organizer can't make it.

Cambridge Science Festival

I may go see this play if I can work out the time


3:00 - 5:15pm 8:00-10:15pm
QED/Underground Railway Theater
Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, 7 Cambridge Center, Cambridge
QED, Peter Parnell?s play about the brilliant and eccentric Richard Feynman, who won the Nobel Prize for his work on quantum electrodynamics. Directed by Jon Lipsky, starring Keith Jochim. Alternately very funny and surprisingly moving, QED is deeply inspirational about scientific inquiry and an expression of the human spirit. Performances will be followed by conversations with the public led by scientists of the MIT community, many of whom knew Feynman personally. This performance is a part of the Catalyst Collaborative@MIT, an on-going science/theater initiative between MIT and URT and follows up on the very successful production of Einstein's Dreams which was part of the first Cambridge Science Festival.
Underground Railway Theater
Cost: Tickets $20/$12 for students/seniors with ID.
Thanks to: The Underground Railway Theater and the Catalyst Collaborative@MIT

there's sooooooooo many events coming up in the next few weeks it going to be tough to pick and choose.



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