Understanding the Quantum

solo performance · the complex · Ages 18+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America

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revelatory · astounding · humor · one man show · physics · science · solo performer
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CATHERINE CURTIS certified reviewer · June 12, 2017
A thoroughly enjoyable and comprehensible exploration of the subatomic. Very engaging with excellent use of props and visuals to render the complexities of quantum structures at least within one's grasp. "Come! all ye, and learn the secret that hath not yet been revealed. I, Hadit, am the complement of Nu, my bride. I am not extended, and Khabs is the name of my House. In the sphere I am everywhere the centre, as she, the circumference, is nowhere found."... full review

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JAY DECATOR certified reviewer · June 17, 2017
Engaging talk on the weirdness of what we know, and especially what we DON'T know about things on the quantum scale. Admission is free, but they take donations at the end, so bring some cash.... full review

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BILL RATNER certified reviewer · June 26, 2017
tagged as: solo performer · science · humor
Matt Chait: actor, director, teacher, theater manager…quantum physics theorist?…HELL YEAH! I’ve only seen Matt without his manager/owner-of-The-Complex hat once when he solo-acted in an evening of I.L. Peretz stories, and that was absolutely lovely. But Understanding the Quantum is so far out of most people’s wheelhouses that I didn’t even need wheels to thoroughly enjoy it. Chait is obviously in love with this fascinating and mysterious subject, perhaps because as he says, it’s “weird” science, yet his take on quantum physics is profound and mind-altering. He takes us back to the Romans, the Greeks, and beyond to truly ancient cultures which appear to have understood much of what we understand today about the birth and life and one-day-some... full review

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