Description

We are standing motionless ... on a planet that pulls us toward it at 32 ft per second ... and spins at 1070 miles per hour ... and orbits the sun at 67,000 miles per hour ... in a galaxy careening through space at 490,000 miles per hour.

Hey, it’s all relative.

But that’s nothing compared to the seismic impact of simple human connection.

The Theory of Relativity is a joyous, youthful musical exploration of the surprising interconnectedness of our own personal orbits as we stand “motionless” on this little rock hurtling through space. Sheridan's Canadian Music Theatre Project continues to be Canada’s incubator for the development of new musical works. The Theory of Relativity is a new musical by award winning authors Neil Bartram and Brian Hill.

Director: Brian Hill

Musical Director: Neil Bartram

Publication Date

4-11-2013

Production Year

2012/2013

Theatre Location

Studio Theatre, Sheridan

Cast

Josh Blackstock, Curtis Brown, Charles Douglas, Carter Easler, Joanna Fraser, Katie Kerr, Natasha Kozak, Josh LeClair, Trevor Patt, Emma Pedersen, Andrew Perry, Dana Jean Phoenix, Jade Repeta, Beth Robertson, Jenny Weisz, Adrian Zeyl

Keywords

Theory of Relativity, Theatre Sheridan, The Canadian Music Theatre Project, musical theatre

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Disciplines

Theatre and Performance Studies

Faculty

Faculty of Animation, Arts & Design

School

Department of Visual and Performing Arts

Associated Content

How to write a Canadian musical

Files

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Creative Commons License

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0 License.

Original Citation

Hill, B. (Director). (2013, April 11 – 20). The theory of relativity. [Theatre Performance]. Oakville: Theatre Sheridan.

The Theory of Relativity, April 11 – 20, 2013

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