"The E Word": a play
A diplomacy effort in the struggle between science and religion over evolution.
This promises to be Austin’s premiere Darwinmania event — and national figures are paying attention!
Don't miss The E Word: A Playground Adaptation. A tender comedy with songs! Join a class of insatiably curious kindergarteners as they try to answer the big questions about science and religion. There’s make-believe mayhem as they become finches, tortoises, barnacles, beetles, Eve and Newton!
. . . . Take a reverent and irreverent look at our struggles with evolution.
It is no internal struggle for me, because I don't need to reconcile evolution and religion so far as my own beliefs are concerned.
Friday, May 15, is Texas Citizens for Science night. I will be there to lead the after-show discussion.
I wish I could be there to embarrass Stupid Steven with my questions about coevolution.
What do they sing -- those Darwinian parodies of Christmas carols?
Tickets: $15-25 Sliding Scale
Group Discounts available for 8 or more
Wednesdays are Pay What You Wish
Wednesday is the day for me.
Ticket information is here.
May 8-23, 2009
8 p.m. Friday May 8, Opening Night with Reception
8 p.m. May 9, 10 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 20, 21, 22, 23
The Off Center, 2211-A Hidalgo Street, Austin TX 78702
The E Word blog with photos is here. See photos of all your favorite people: Eugenie Scott, Steven Schafersman, Chris Comer, and Josh Rosenau.
Info Phone: 512-507-8535
Not appropriate for children under 12.