A Homogeneous Universe of Constant Mass and Growing Radius Accounting for the Radial Velocity of Extragalactic Nebulae
JW3 It takes roughly, a hundredth of a second to react. For your eye to obtain an image, your brain to work it out and your body to respond. Ten milliseconds. It feels like nothing. So, you’re in a club, and the really hot guy you’ve been chatting shit with leans in to kiss you, and you’ve got a hundredth of a second to reciprocate or slap the fucker off. What will you do? He’s also got ten milliseconds to react to that reaction. And you ask yourself if either of you can ever really know what’s going on if you’re both constantly working in the past? But in the present. It’s just too short. It feels like nothing. In the hundredth of a second after the Big Bang, all physics broke down and the universe went through roughly four separate epochs… Planck, Grand Unification, Inflationary and Quark. Past, present, future smashed together. Nothing happened, everything happened, everything cooled, everything expanded. Then physics started working, again. So, as Adam and Jimmy share the most explosive first kiss of their lives - in that club, after that really crazy fucked up night, as ten seconds plays out over 4000 (just over an hour) their past, present and future collide… because this kiss - much like the big bang…redefines physics itself – altering the very nature of time. And in that short perpetual moment Adam remembers an entire future together….
One Jewish Boy
The play was transferred to Trafalgar Studios in London's West End to widespread critical acclaim in Spring 2020.
Iris is on a train, travelling alone. A foreign landscape whizzes by the windows. She meets a woman. While Iris is asleep, the woman disappears. When Iris looks for her, everyone says she’s imagining things—that the woman never existed. As the train speeds onwards, Iris tries to figure out what happened to her travelling companion and becomes entangled in a web of deception. Exploring the power of manipulation, fake news and gaslighting, Vanishing deconstructs Hitchcock’s The Lady Vanishes and brings it into the 21st century to find out what happens when women’s stories aren’t believed. A new work-in-progress created by Sarah Sigal and Rebecca Dunn.