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An Evening with "Marie Curie: Rogue Scientist"
theatre · twin pierrot · Ages 10+ · family friendly · one person show · United States
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NATHAN BELOTE · June 12, 2012
Marie Curie: Rogue Scientist is your chance to dive into the history books and see a personal side of one of the most influential and inspiring women, not only is the scientific community, but in world history. You'll experience intimate conversation with Madame Curie herself. It was a great experience that encourages and provokes you to be passionate in all that you do. Great Job! ... full review
BEA WILSON · June 10, 2012
Great performance by a powerful actress. Mrs. Morales perfectly exemplified everything I loved about and imagined my hero to be. She did a marvelous job with the beautiful dialogue. I could see everything she saw as she told her engrossing stories. I can not recommend this show enough.... full review
FRANCESCA G · June 17, 2012
Ironically, this show is what a fringe festival is all about. No it's not the usual fare that festival goers would expect, but isn't the fringe about being the most eclectic collection of art possible? By staging a production that is so "un-fringey", they have embodied the ideal of what fringe festivals stand for. Yes, you might learn something but is that so painful? This production is far from boring. In fact, it's just the opposite. This show is about deep themes, witty dialogue and a fantastic heartfelt performance. It's definitely a gem in Fringe universe and needs to be experienced by all.... full review
ANONYMOUS · June 18, 2012
I am 22 year old singer and dancer who has been a little afraid of the straight play scene. Without all the jumping around and music I am concerned things will get dull. Boring was not even a thought while watching "Marie Curie: Rogue Scientist." My 89 year old Grandma who I brought with me even thought the same. The script was well written and intriguing. Grandma and my attention was kept throughout both acts. On the drive home we both agreed it was easy to follow Marie Curie's life story. and felt like we learned a lot that we never knew. As performer and an audience member I appreciated the highs and lows of the acting dynamics. The skill required to depict such drastic levels over a long span of time is shown in Rebecca Morales' per... full review
URI V · June 22, 2012
It takes a certain kind of person to appreciate infotainment such as this play, the kind that watches viewer-sponsored television and listens to classic music on the radio. I'm not quite that kind of person; however, I saw what the play's producers were going for and they accomplished it admirably. ... full review
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