In the early 1950s, the race to discover the structure of DNA grips the scientific community. One brilliant young researcher, Rosalind Franklin, contends with adversity, anti-semitism, and love to uncover one of life's great mysteries. But will she sacrifice what makes her human, in order to discover what makes us human?
The speakers will elaborate on past and current barriers facing underrepresented groups and potential solutions to remedy these, and speak to the legacy of Rosalind Franklin subject of The World Premiere Musical Double Helix, June 3- June 18, and the inspiration she provided to future generations.
An edge-of-your-seat, new adaptation of the celebrated suspense thriller made famous by Alfred Hitchcock’s 1954 masterpiece film. Tony suspects his wife, Margot—a wealthy socialite—is having an affair. As he plots to have her killed in this stylish game of cat and mouse, the tension grows, and the twists and turns will keep you guessing until the very end.
Creative Theater Miracles! With Stuart Ross
This weeklong workshop will feature a contemporary version of Aristophanes’ classic comedy. Lysistrata is the story one woman’s extraordinary efforts to end a war, often with hilarious results!