QED: An Exploration of Richard Feynman's Amazing Life
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Featured review from Renee S.Red Velvet
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We thoroughly enjoyed the play and are intrigued enough by Feynman's character to read more about him and his work. Setting was appropriate, lighting and sound enhanced the show, and the young female student added a twist to his already full and emotional day. Intimate theater in the round worked well. Superb acting especially by the main actor who truly embraced Feynman's life. Well worth the time....encourage others to see it.
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Jeff Garrett was simply amazing portraying Dr. Feynmann. Not taking the opportunity to learn about who Dr. Feynman was in real life I knew very little about him going in but Garrett seemed to have so completely morphed into his character it was...continued
Quotes & Highlights
“QED is a seductive mix of science, human affections, moral courage and comic eccentricity … not to be missed.” —New York Magazine
“An amazing performance.” —The Examiner