QED

[h1]QED[/h1]

[h2]by Peter Parnell[/h2]

[h3]June 19 – July 18, 2004[/h3]

[h3]Synopsis[/h3]

Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman holds forth with captivating wit and wisdom in this fascinating play. Considered the best mind since Einstein, he helped develop the atomic bomb, exposed the O-ring failure on the Challenger rocket and broke new ground in the field of quantum electrodynamics (QED). Eccentric to the extreme, his personal life was filled with eclectic interests – including playing the drums, frequenting topless bars, sketching nude models and acting in amateur theatricals.

Inspired by the writings of Richard Feynman and Ralph Leighton’s Tuva or Bust!

[h3]Who’s Who[/h3]

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[h4]The Cast[/h4]
Richard Feynman: DAVID KWIAT
Student: AUTUMN HORNE
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[h4]The Artists[/h4]
Playwright: Peter Parnell
Director: Joseph Adler
Set: Tim Connelly
Lighting: Jeff Quinn
Music/Sound: Michael J. Hoffmann
Costumes: Estela Vrancovich
Props: Claire Savitt
Stage Manager: Michael Carroll

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QED

Photos: George Schiavone