An Evening with "Marie Curie: Rogue Scientist"

theatre · twin pierrot · Ages 10+ · family friendly · one person show · United States

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“Well-behaved women seldom make history.”
~ Laurel Ulrich

“Rogue” is an inspirational, award-winning drama based on the life of famed physicist Madame Marie Curie.

From her childhood in war-torn Poland, to Parisian labs and WWI frontlines, Madame Curie fought cultural and misogynistic oppression to become a pioneer of radioactivity research and the first female Nobel Laureate.

Two acts plus one 15 minute intermission. Approximate Rating: PG, for dialogue regarding war and adult situations. Not recommended for children under 10.

Starring Rebecca Lynn Morales as Madame Marie Curie. Written and directed by G. S. Morales.

June 7th Preview Night is only $5!
June 14 & 21 use promo code “radium” for $10 tix
and $7 tix* for HFF Participants!
Thursdays at 8 pm. June 7, 14 & 21, 2012
The Actors Company ~ “Other Space” Theater
916A N. Formosa Ave., West Hollywood, CA {Map}

* HFF discount automatically applied in cart with log-in.
Tickets by Phone: (323) 455-4585
Prod. Information: (951) 269-1419
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Audience Response
“Authentic… emotional… huge heart… a fully realized play and performance and a lesson for us all.”
~ Vincent Smetana, Cinesnatch

“A necessary play… rich with emotional dynamics… Rebecca Lynn Morales presents a fantastic body of work… her theatrical stamina and mental endurance are highly commendable.”
~ Marlon Deleon, Examiner

“This was fantastic. Words cannot describe my fascination at the concentration displayed here by Mrs. Morales in this role. She channeled a brilliance, and strict amount of concentration, that could have only been mirrored by the living subject herself. She would have no doubt been tickled had she lived to see this. Even if you know nothing about Marie Curie, or of radium, this can stand alone as a powerful piece of entertaining and informative theatre, portrayed by an astounding practitioner of the arts. Congrats to both the Moraleses on a stunning piece of work.”
~ Travis Rhett Wilson

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