The Summer Youth Musical Theatre Program is proud to announce its production of The Theory of Relativity at the Globe High School Science and Music Building!
The Theory of Relativity is an unconventional musical featuring a physics class of college-age students with surprisingly interconnected lives, trying to make sense of a world full of joy and heartbreak, lessons and losses, each searching to find human connection in a vast universe.
Whether you're allergic to cats, falling in (or out of) love, uncomfortable touching bathroom door handles, or just learning to love the things you love, you are sure to see yourself in The Theory of Relativity.
Friday, May 10 at 7:00 pm
Saturday, May 11 at 7:00 pm
Saturday, May 18 at 2:00 pm
Saturday, May 18 at 7:00 pm
VENUE: This production will be a “found space” performance using the Globe High School - Band Room to create the setting of a Physics 101 course. Seating is limited, so do not wait!
PARKING: The best entrance to the performance space is by way of the ramped entrance on East Street. Please use the GHS staff parking area located on East and Maple or obey posted signs when parking on the street. The student parking area will also be available but the nearest entrance will involve stairs to access.
ADA GUESTS: For unique ADA considerations, please call 928-487-5305 or email [email protected] to ensure your needs are appropriately met!
MATERIAL: This show includes themes related to young adult relationships, parents of children under 10 years old are encouraged to familiarize themselves with the show's content if concerned about these mature topics.
ABOUT SYMTP: The Summer Youth Musical Theatre Program provides youth performing arts education to nearly 1,500 children in the Globe-Miami-San Carlos region, and is made possible by the generous support of the Globe Unified School District, the United Fund of Globe-Miami and many local sponsors. Support SYMTP by seeing a performance or donating at symtp.org.
LICENSE: The Theory of Relativity is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International.