Let's vote, for the 11th time
Until next February 13th, we choose the play to be read in Reading Theatre with Science and translated in the Collaborative Translation Project.
The plays in the draw are:
This play, about the physicist Richard Feynman, explores nature, science, sex, and anti-Semitism, confronting the young iconoclast man with the mystery of the Challenger disaster.
An emotional story about the invention of television, depicting the early years of this discovery in an attempt to bring justice to its creator.
Twists and turns? Secret Order! A play that puts science as the main character and as the centre of the dramatic universe.
Juliana Smithton’s life is teetering on the brink. However, when everything seems to fall apart, the neurologist finds encouragement in a mystery where nothing is what it seems.
We are in the age of Artificial Intelligence, 85-year-old Marjorie is able to retrieve memories through a companion programmed to tell her the story of her own life. How far will the limits of human identity and technology itself go?
To vote, just click on this link.