Joined: June 15, 2012
Kevin Delin studied writing (in addition to a few other things) at MIT under playwright A.R. Gurney and author Frank Conroy. Unable to convince backers to turn his textbook, Foundations of Applied Superconductivity, into the Broadway spectacular it deserved to be, he let his id run amuck and wrote Heat & Hostility instead. The play had an immodest plot about gender relations and was an immodest success: the police never raided the theater. A filmed version of the play was recently completed. In the meantime, he’s working on his next play which will most certainly address man’s inhumanity to man… or at least man’s inhumanity to God.
Kevin is still looking for backers for his superconductivity concept which now includes the original songs, “By the Fermi Sea”, “I confess: hate BCS”, “Flux Me, Flux You”, “Fribbit Me Wot”, “The Tunneling of Love”, and “No Assistance, No Resistance”, as well as the choreographed “Dance of the Cooper Pairs” which includes the new ballet movement: the quantum leap.