Quantum Entanglement

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QUANTUM ENTANGLEMENT A WORLD PREMIERE BY KATELYN SCHILLER June 4 — June 23, 2017 Sacred Fools Theater (Black Box) 6322 Santa Monica Blvd Quantum Entanglement : The most romantic theory in physics. “From this moment on, our entangled light, our lives, cannot be explained without the other.” From the Fringe veterans who brought you the award winning "Murder Blood Bear Story" and "How to be a Virgin (in 12 Morally Ambiguous Steps)" comes ensemble black box experience of a love story on the smallest scale imaginable. A miraculous journey of self discovery through cosmic light to illuminate the beauty of the dark, both in space and mind. A portrait of a nuclear family awakened by a fractured past. An astrophysicist looking to the moon to find his missing wife. A mother swallowed up by the dark. A daughter desperate to heal them both. And an experiment to connect them all. (Also there's a cat.) No science brain needed! Tickets: Tickets are $10 for general admission, but pay-what-you-can for the preview on June 4! Tickets can be purchased at http://www.hollywoodfringe.org/projects/4531 Hashtag: #quantumentanglement https://www.facebook.com/luciddramatics/ https://www.facebook.com/KatelynSchiller/

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Director Shane Wood does a fine job keeping the stage busy with action: the cat, the jars of light, and Zarr slowly wandering through her own quantum abyss. You don't need to be a brilliant scientific genius to enjoy the show, but I'm sure there's an easter egg or two in there if you are one. And if you're the kind of person who fills with wonder while stargazing away from the lights of the city, then this is the show for you....Highly Recommended

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If you love the unexpected and exciting aspect of Fringe, then this is the perfect show for you.

sweet-sour - Bob Leggett - ...read full review


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An oddball comedy with bittersweet moments of heartbreak and loss, Quantum Entanglement features an incredibly strong cast.

sweet - Mike and Russell (My Haunt Life)( - ...read full review


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A sweet & charming theatrical exploration of love on the Quantum Level! Katelyn Schiller has created a beautiful & thoughtful romance that takes us into the realms of science, the universe and the human heart. The first movement of the play has an almost balletic quality about it as Payden Ackerman plays an astrophysicist exploring the nature of how our cells intertwine. "We are becoming entangled on a quantum level..it's the most romantic theory of physics". With elements of Interstellar, Tom Stoppard's scientific plays & Waiting for Godot, Katelyn Schiller takes you on a journey of human consciousness and heartfelt desire. She has some beautiful moments interplaying with the audience, displaying skilled improvisation and her warmth as a performer. Amy Shine's puppetry with the Cat was entrancing! Amanda Zarr brought a charming depth to the play as the relationships entangled as ever more deeply. Long may the quantum continue.

sweet - Marcus J Freed


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Director Shane Wood does a fine job keeping the stage busy with action: the cat, the jars of light, and Zarr slowly wandering through her own quantum abyss. You don't need to be a brilliant scientific genius to enjoy the show, but I'm sure there's an easter egg or two in there if you are one. And if you're the kind of person who fills with wonder while stargazing away from the lights of the city, then this is the show for you....Highly Recommended

sweet - Zachary Bernstein - ...read full review


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If you love the unexpected and exciting aspect of Fringe, then this is the perfect show for you.

sweet-sour - Bob Leggett - ...read full review


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An oddball comedy with bittersweet moments of heartbreak and loss, Quantum Entanglement features an incredibly strong cast.

sweet - Mike and Russell (My Haunt Life)( - ...read full review


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A sweet & charming theatrical exploration of love on the Quantum Level! Katelyn Schiller has created a beautiful & thoughtful romance that takes us into the realms of science, the universe and the human heart. The first movement of the play has an almost balletic quality about it as Payden Ackerman plays an astrophysicist exploring the nature of how our cells intertwine. "We are becoming entangled on a quantum level..it's the most romantic theory of physics". With elements of Interstellar, Tom Stoppard's scientific plays & Waiting for Godot, Katelyn Schiller takes you on a journey of human consciousness and heartfelt desire. She has some beautiful moments interplaying with the audience, displaying skilled improvisation and her warmth as a performer. Amy Shine's puppetry with the Cat was entrancing! Amanda Zarr brought a charming depth to the play as the relationships entangled as ever more deeply. Long may the quantum continue.

sweet - Marcus J Freed