by Nick Payne
Princeton, New Jersey, 1955: Thomas Stoltz Harvey performs the autopsy on Albert Einstein – and then steals his brain.
Bath, England, 1953: Henry undergoes pioneering brain surgery. The surgery changes Henry’s life, and the history of neuroscience.
London, England, The Present: Martha is a clinical neuropsychologist. When her marriage breaks down she starts to make radically different choices.
Three interwoven stories exploring the nature of identity and how we are defined by what we remember.
Directed by Dan EvansFeaturing QUT Bachelor of Fine Arts (Acting) second-year students
Patrons please note: This production will be performed at The Loft (Z2), QUT Creative Industries Precinct, Kelvin Grove campus.
Adult $22.00Concession* $18.00Pensioner/Full Time Student^ $15.00
*Seniors cardholders, QUT Staff (ID required)^Pensioners and Full Time Students with appropriate ID to be shown at the door.
A $3.30 mailing fee applies per transaction.
Thursday 17 October, 7.30pmFriday 18 October, 7.30pmSaturday 19 October, 7.30pmMonday 21 October, 6.30pmTuesday 22 October, 6.30pmWednesday 23 October, 7.30pm
The Loft, Creative Industries PrecinctCnr Kelvin Grove Rd and Musk Ave, Kelvin Grove
School Booking of 10 of more $15.00 per student.Group 10 + $18.00 per person.
Make a group booking enquiry or phone QTIX Groups on (07) 3840 7466.