MaTheatre returned to the UA on January 26 with its show "Calculus: The Musical!" The show charmed Tucson a year ago and came back again this year bringing to life the story of Isaac Newton, who joined forces with a modern math student on a comedic journey of discovery. MaTheatre also premiered their new show "Curie Me Away!" about the life and work of double Nobel Prize winner Marie Curie. MaTheatre's productions are entertaining and educational. Serious math and science is delivered as engaging theater by professional actors. Shows include STEM-themed song and dance numbers inspired by the best of popular music from Gilbert and Sullivan to Lady Gaga.
The UA Chemistry Club presented their "magic" show during intermission outside in the Theater Courtyard to the delight of the audience. Your financial support to the CBC Outreach Program allows our student clubs to share their enthusiasm for chemistry through "magic" shows and hands-on activities with audiences of all ages at local schools and venues such as this one.
Story by UA News | Photo of UA Chemistry Club by Bruce Bayly | Pictured (l-r): Leo Hamerlynck, Kathryn Kuna, Isabel Murphy, Rebecca Newton, Sara Jones, Andrew Thomas, and Cadence Flohrschultz. Not pictured but also participated in the show: Collin Schloch and Dane SantanaPerformance – MaTheatre Double Feature: 'Curie Me Away!' and 'Calculus: The Musical!'Monday, January 29, 2018Home