Disinherit The Wind
“UNUSUAL… SMART, well-directed by Gary Lee Reed, and nicely-acted… Catch it if you can.” — Dale Reynolds, EDGE
“The premise of this work is FASCINATING” — Eric Gordon, LA Progressive
“FASCINATING… a splendid cast… fascinating projections” — Neal Weaver, Stage Raw
“INTENSE AND COMPELLING… extremely well acted by the entire cast, superbly written by Matt Chait and brilliantly directed by Gary Lee Reed.” — Ron Irwin, Santa Monica Observer and LA Post Examiner
“FASCINATING THEATER… [explores] the relationship between science and spirituality… gripping… a play of ideas” — Elaine L. Mura, LA Splash
“JUICY STUFF… Well done! Entertaining, moving and thoughtful” — David Macdowell Blue, The World Through Night-Tinted Glasses
"One of the most compelling, riveting , spell binding shows to hit the stage. This is not just another play, this is something deeply extraordinary. It is one the most worthy and poignant plays to have ever been staged.”-EXAMINER.COM
"Fascinating stuff… professional and scintillating production! The production’s energy is like nothing I’ve ever quite felt before”-LA BEAT
“I have rarely seen an audience.... so quiet, so still, so attentive." -BITTER LEMONS
Wednesday, March 1st at 8pm
Fri, Mar 03 – Sun, Apr 09
Friday at 8pm
Saturday at 8pm
Sunday at 3pm
$25 General Admission
$15 Students with valid ID(Use promo code 005)
Special Show Info
Running time: 135 minutes.
There will be an intermission.
Complex (Ruby) Theatre
6476 Santa Monica Blvd
Hollywood, CA 90038
Special Theatre Info
Wheelchair accessible in the Ruby Theatre.
The theatre has concessions.
In this riveting courtroom drama, a renowned neurobiologist sues a prominent university for the right to teach theories of evolution that challenge the scientific status quo, His argument: neo-Darwinian materialist thought has become, like the biblical orthodoxy it once replaced, itself a kind of religion — just as rigid, just as resistant to change. Might further scientific inquiry, in the light of new evidence, yield new and surprising answers? An inspiring and uplifting play of ideas that asks, “Are we really no more than the sum of our physical parts?”