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Einstein is a Dummy
- directed by Phyllis E. Griffin
- musical direction by Mark Elliott
- choreography by Keith Elliott
As an adult, Albert Einstein changed our view of the universe. As a child, he struggled with the same issues any young person might – keeping up with violin lessons, impressing the girl next door and, of course, exploring the relationship of space and time to the speed of light! This engaging musical about a fictional day in young Einstein's life boasts a spirited score and a healthy dose of imagination, confirming that each of us is both ordinary and special and revealing life's atomic possibilities.
- March 28, 2007 - May 25, 2007
- DEPAUL'S MERLE RESKIN THEATRE
- (312) 922 1999
- The cast features
), Stewart Calhoun
), Briana DeGiulio
), Dan Hale
), and Jessica Rosenberger
The prodction team includes scenic design by Wendy Sanabria, costume design by Whitney McBride, lighting design by Chris Burpee, sound design by Ray Nardelli, dramaturgy by Jessica Galli, and stage management by Ryan Edberg.