Join us for an Improbable Research music event tonight at the Cambridge Science Festival:
Scientists (and friends) Sing Improbable Science Songs. MONDAY NIGHT, May 2, 7:30 pm. Central Square Theater, Cambridge, MA.
TICKETS are on sale at the Central Square Theater and online. This will be a benefit for the Catalyst Collaborative@MIT Science Theater Project.
Some of the world’s great scientists (and some friends from the Boston area’s theater and music communities) perform songs by Tom Lehrer, songs from Ig Nobel Prize ceremony mini-operas, and other beloved and hated purportedly funny songs about science. Songs include: The Elements, Lobachevsky, Stress Analysis of a Strapless Evening Dress, the mini-opera Atom & Eve, The Coffee Diet, and much more, Lobachevsky, Stress Analysis of a Strapless Evening Dress, the mini-opera Atom & Eve, The Coffee Diet, and much more. Featuring:
- Improbable Research editor Marc Abrahams
- Nobel Laureate Frank Wilczek as Atom and Teresa Winner Blume as Eve in the mini-opera “Atom & Eve“
- Dr. Thomas Michel
- Roberta Gilbert
- Ben Sears & Brad Conner
- Debra Wise
- Julia Lunetta
- Deborah Henson-Conant performing highlights from her “Stress Analysis of a Strapless Evening Dress“
- David Frieze
NOTE: For details on our other—very different (it’s Improbable Research After Dark, on Saturday, May 7) — late night event at the Cambridge Science Festival. For details on all of them, see the Improbable events listing page.