by Mark St. Germain

Oct 7 – Nov 13, 2016

Extended thru Nov 23, 2016

“An Entertaining Balance Of Comedy, Tragedy”  – The Hartford Courant

In 1902, Albert and Mileva Einstein had a daughter. After 1904, the child was never seen or spoken of again.It is now 1942, and a reporter has come to interview Einstein about his mysterious family history, only to discover far more secrets under the surface. As the reporter questions Einstein about his theory of relativity and personal past, she develops a new, more pressing query: To be a great man, does one first need to be a good man?


Richard Dreyfuss


Christa Scott-Reed


Lori Wilner


Mark St. Germain


Rob Ruggiero


Brian Prather

Set Design

Alejo Vietti

Costume Design

Philip Rosenberg

Lighting Design

Michael Miceli

Sound Design

Lucas Clopton

Sound Design

Leah Loukas

Wig Design

Bob Davis

Dialect Coach

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