Tesla's Letters: A Play in Two Acts

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Samuel French, Inc., Jan 1, 1999 - 72 pages
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Tesla's Letters Reviews in Major Papers "Is there a more timely play in New York? This well-written, well-constructed drama constitutes pertinent, intelligent, instructive...and often witty and suspenseful theatre. Although the play is a drama of ideas about war and peace, the exercise of humanity and the uses of science, it is a measure of its appeal as theater that its first act ends not with a whimper but a bang." -Lawrence Van Gelder, The New York Times ***** "The writing offers historical depth and insight on a subject the defies simplified soundbites and media clichés." -Charles McNulty, Village Voice ***** "The message is that there is always hope and to cling onto it--no matter what." -Sheila Kay Jack, BBC Radio, Scotland ***** "It is a captivating mystery up until the very end. The intricate writing is filled with intellectual arguments and verbal word-play about historical events, not unlike a Tom Stoppard play." - Jennifer MacBain, Show Business Weekly  

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Section 1
6
Section 2
7
Section 3
9
Section 4
53
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