Infinity Box Theatre Project uses theater to ask questions about the human consequences of science and technology. Through quality story telling, we explore the humanity of science, and our post-play conversations invite people to talk together about how science and technology will affect their future.
Our vision is a world where everyone has both the right and opportunity to engage in fruitful discussions about changes in science and technology, and participates in decisions about where these changes will take us.
7:30 pm Friday, February 28 The Auditorium, University Heights Center
Three graduate students discuss the main ideas behind their research with our professional improv team, then join the team on stage in improvs based on their ideas. We quiz the audience to find out who got their idea across the best. A bit of math later we declare the winner! After the successful launch of Faraday Cage Match as part of Pacific Science Center’s Happy Hour, we bring our evening of Competitive Science Improv to the Auditorium at University Heights and the U Heights Theater Alliance.
A theatrical evening of Science Poetry
April 6, 2020 at 7:00 pm at St. Andrew’s Bar & Grill
7406 Aurora Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103
Once again this year Infinity Box celebrates Poetry Month with science poems by local poets, read by local actors, and featuring poems by Sir Humphrey Davy (you know, the guy who discovered laughing gas—and wrote a poem about it).
Curated by Pamela Hobart Carter, directed by Lenore Bensinger, InVerse Functions features….
7:30 pm, June 5th and 6th
Theatre Off Jackson
409 7th Ave S., Seattle, WA 98104
5 playwrights, 5 science writers, and a full complement
of directors, actors and designers. Plus the power of random.
5 World Premiere 10 minute Science Plays, each with its own Science Presentation.
Science News meets Science Fiction. It’s science hot off the press, theater hot off the pen.
Thought Experiments on the Question of Being Human is our annual festival of original short plays exploring how current developments in science and technology affect what it means to be human. They always provoke insightful conversations about our future.
This year, join us again at Pacific Science Center on September 25, 26 and 27th, when we explore
“Our Data, Our Selves”
Why can’t I play with Infinity Box?
You can! Just send an email to contact (at) InfinityBox.org and tell them.