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 Einstein and Niels Bohr... A Fairy Tale

 

Is proud to present at 4:30pm on December 4th 2010 at The Brighton Armory

 

Einstein and Niels Bohr, the two giants of 20th century physics, are celebrated for their mighty minds, but their lives are far richer. They were both reared with fairy tales so they learned at an early age to believe impossible things. That faith in wonder carried over to their work in physics and nurtured a sensibility that found expression in things large and small over the course of their lives. The theatre piece shares stories that include their thoughts and practice about children, education, peace and justice, walking, sailing, and their work habits -- all grounded in their devotion to fairness, beauty, and playfulness.

Len is a Educator, playwright, director, performer, writer, dancer, and kitsch gardener: Len Barron began college when he was thirty years old after years of hauling scrap iron, selling magazines and driving a taxi. Since graduating from the University of Colorado in l967 and Antioch-Putney Graduate School in l969, he has been engaged in various education projects that include founding and directing a school for former high school dropouts and teaching at the University of Colorado, San Diego State University, Prescott College in Arizona and Dull Knife Memorial College on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation in Montana. For ten years he was an interviewer on KGNU, community radio in Boulder, Colorado. www.lenbarron.com

Plus we will have a Star Party after the performance at the Brighton Armory.

We need about $705.00 to make this wonderful event happen

If you would like to help bring this outstanding performance

Donations are being accepted at  USBANK for the

Brighton Astronomy Group

 

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