A scientist who enhances life with his work and knowledge but discovers too late that knowledge in the wrong hands brings death. Chance, pride, ego, and passion collide in this piece based on the life and work of Nobel Laureate Dr. Fritz Haber, who risked everything for a country that never accepted him but used his work to murder millions....
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Einstein's Gift Reviews
If it is a little too on-the-nose, then I suspect that is because we have not yet outgrown the concerns that plague this work. It's still as vivid and as extraordinary as the first time I read it, though it does reek of a little theatricality.But beyond all else it is eminently readable, both as script and as theatre, and I do still think of it as highly communicative of its intent. Hence, the five stars.
Pure docu-drama with only the shallowest of insight into its themes. Read/Produce Friedrich Durrenmatt’s “The Physicists” instead. It says much more about the morality of scientific discovery, with much more subtlety and creativity.
this is an exquisite play, like drinking fine wine. breathtaking!