SBU Science on Stage

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Three Stony Brook University scientists opened up to three professional playwrights to discuss their work, their careers, and some of the challenges they face as scientists. 

The playwrights, inspired by the stories and the science, each crafted a short, one-act play to be shared live online with audiences from around the world. The performances will be followed by a panel discussion with the scientists and the writers about the intersection of science and art, and the process of their collaboration.

Wednesday, October 21
3-5 p.m. EST

Watch live online here

The performances will also be streamed over the Alda Center’s YouTube, Facebook and Twitter accounts

Presented with support from The Kavli Foundation

The performance will include the premieres of:

Words Words Words
By Deborah Zoe Laufer
Inspired by H. Andrew Schwartz, Assistant Professor of Computer Science
Performed by Johnny Wu and Eva Kaminsky

Admonitions
By Nathan Alan Davis
Inspired by Clare Whitney, Assistant Professor Stony Brook University School of Nursing
Performed by Cassie Beck

A Walk with a Funder through the Valley of Death or; How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Angel Investors
By Ken Weitzman, Associate Professor of English, Theatre and Writing
Inspired by Alexander Orlov, Associate Professor of Materials Science and Chemical Engineering
Performed by Corey Brill and Brian Quijada

All plays directed by Meredith McDonough