The Walk in the Snow: The True Story of Lise Meitner
big word performance
Playwright: jem rolls
Physicist, fugitive, pioneer, heroine.
On Christmas Eve 1938, two refugees from the Nazis walk out in the Swedish snow. Sat on a tree-trunk, they make the shocking discovery: the atom can be split.
And the world changes forever.
Jem Rolls tells the remarkable life of a determined and forgotten woman.
“I will have nothing to do with a bomb.”
From the creator of The Inventor Of All Things:
***** “If you love history, science and great storytelling, you cannot afford to miss this show.” —Edmonton Journal
Intense / Poetic / Intellectual / 14+ / 60 minutes