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BELL – A One-Man Play about Alexander Graham Bell Sept 12-21, 2013 at National Geographic in Washington DC

From: Glen K.
Sent on: Saturday, September 7, 2013 4:03 PM

Subject: BELL – A  One-Man Play about Alexander Graham Bell Sept 12-21, 2013 at National Geographic in Washington DC

Fab Lab Baltimore:

Michelle Maloney of Nation Geographic’s live events division would like to share the following with you.

“This September, we are producing BELL, the world premiere of a one-man play about inventor Alexander Graham Bell. The play, written by journalist Jim Lehrer and starring well-known D.C. actor Rich Foucheux, explores the life and mind of Bell--beyond just the invention of the phone (see some of Bell's various sketches here).

Though there will be eight performances of the show across a ten-day run, I thought that the 7:30 p.m. performance on Saturday, September 14, would be of particular interest. In the spirit of Bell's passion for invention, Silica Labs, which builds software for Google Glass and other wearable devices, will be giving a demonstration of Google Glass in the lobby at 6:30 that evening.”

Event Information

•          What: BELL, a one-man play exploring the curious mind of inventor Alexander Graham Bell

•          Who: Playwright Jim Lehrer, actor Rick Foucheux, director Jeremy Skidmore

•          Where: Grosvenor Auditorium at National Geographic headquarters (1600 M Street NW)

•          When: Saturday, September 14, at 7:30 p.m. for ASL-interpreted performance

•          Tickets: Starting at $30

•          For more information:

Note that there are other days the play is being performed. The September 14 event is the only one with the Google Glass demo at 6:30 pm.

Thank you,

Glen Kotapish



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