“A delight to watch. Witty, philosophical, moving and fun – the shows face forward and ask us what kind of future we want. I can't wait to see what they come up with next!”
“I want to applaud the authors, and the scientists who helped, for putting together very thoughtful plays that take the next couple of steps for the technologies, and really explore in a nuanced way the humanity associated with their impact.”
“The humanity shines through in all of your plays and that’s very important to me. Technology isn’t made by angels and you captured that perfectly. I want to thank you for moving me.”
“What the play gave the conversation was realism, an emotional component. You can talk about something all you want, but people don’t understand until they also feel and experience it. This felt like hanging out in your living room talking about cool stuff with friends.”
Infinity Box Theatre Project uses the power of theater to pose questions about the human consequences of science and technology. Combining quality story telling with quality conversation is our way to provoke and foster a deeper and wider conversation about the important questions and choices that scientific discovery and technological innovation increasingly present us.
Thought Experiments on the Question of Being Human: Memory & Identity
Ethnic Cultural Theatre
October 14 - 16
8th Annual Galileo Dialogues
February 15, 2017
an annual rediscovery of Galileo’s story and its influence on the relationship between science and culture, in the context of his time and ours.
Please help us fulfill our mission of saving the world through science and theater.
This year we asked the Thought Experiments audience a number of questions, before and after the plays. They answered by placing a mark in what they thought/felt was the appropriate place on a long rectangle. What we have here is everyone’s answers to each question, superimposed on the same rectangle - in effect, the spectrum of the audience response as a whole.
The first question we asked was simply, “Are you here mostly because it’s theater or because it’s about science?”