- The Theory of Relativity is not a musical with a traditional plot, but is instead a cycle of songs in which each musical number tells its own separate story, with only the loosest ties pulling the performers all together.
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From Drama Desk Award nominees Neil Bartram and Brian Hill (The Story of My Life), The Theory of Relativity is a joyous and moving look about our surprisingly interconnected lives. Whether you're allergic to cats, in love for the first or tenth time, a child of divorce, a germaphobe or simply a unique individual, audience members and actors alike are sure to find themselves in this fresh new musical.
Synopsis. The Theory of Relativity is a collection of seemingly unrelated songs, scenes, and monologues that come together to show the interconnected nature of humanity. These stories centre around finding your true identity and discovering your place in the world. From falling in and out of love to allergies, the wide array of characters take the audience on a journey, experiencing the wonders of human connection.
The Theory of Relativity Original stage musical poster MusicNeil Bartram LyricsNeil Bartram BookBrian Hill Productions2014 Goodspeed Musicals The Theory of Relativity is a musical with music and lyrics by Neil Bartram, and a book by Brian Hill. The show explores how young adults deal with their personal feelings and situations and, as well, how they develop communities based on their shared experiences. The musical was commissioned by The Canadian Music Theatre Project at Sheridan College in Tor
The Theory of Relativity. This unconventional new musical by Drama Desk Award nominees Neil Bartram and Brian Hill is a joyous and moving look at our surprisingly interconnected lives. Through a seemingly unrelated collection of songs, scenes and monologues, The Theory of Relativity introduces a compelling array of characters experiencing the joys and heartbreaks, the liaisons and losses, the inevitability and the wonder of human connection.
“Take a physics manual, blend it with the sound of The Book of Mormon, the hilariously nerdy references of The Big Bang Theory, a sprinkle of Chicago, a few drops of Glee, bake it in a Broadway bowl... that’s the successful recipe for the spectacular song cycle, The Theory of Relativity.”—Live Like Tom