Operation Epsilon: World Premiere of WWII Nuclear Drama
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The last date listed for Operation Epsilon was Sunday April 28, 2013 / 2:00pm.
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In Copenhagen, playwright Michael Frayn re-imagines the famous 1941 meeting of famed physicists… More
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This play focused on the morality of one's actions. The acting was excellent. The production was first rate. The set design and use of lighting to highlight the actions of the 10 actors was well done. I highly recommend Operation Epsiolon even if you don't have a science background.
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Saw this excellent and thought-provoking play last night, April 4.The playwright, Alan Brody, has taken transcripts of the confinement of captured German scientists in a country house in England in the closing months of WW 11 as his premise....continued
By Alan Brody
Directed by Andy Sandberg
Presented by the Nora Theatre Company, a project of Catalyst Collaborative@MIT
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