THE WALK IN THE SNOW: The True Story Of Lise Meitner

 THE WALK IN THE SNOW: The True Story Of Lise Meitner
Company
big word performance/ jem rolls
Director
Christine Ranzinger
Runtime
75 minutes

Pioneer, physicist, conscience, refugee.
On Christmas Eve 1938, two Jewish fugitives from the Nazis go for a walk in the Swedish snow.
The shy Austrian and her nephew make the shocking, historic discovery: the atom can be split. And the world is never the same again.
Jem Rolls tells the full, determined life of a remarkable and forgotten woman.
"Essential", ★★★★★ CBC. "Master storyteller... Spellbinding", ★★★★★ GLOBAL TV.
Five sellouts, Edmonton Fringe 2019. Nine sellouts, Winnipeg Fringe, 2019.
“I will have nothing to do with a bomb”.


Credits

Dramaturg
Christine Ranzinger

Performances

  Date Time
7th July 7:30pm Tickets
9th July 1:00pm Tickets
11th July 5:30pm Tickets
13th July 7:15pm Tickets
15th July 2:45pm Tickets
16th July 2:45pm Tickets
17th July 4:30pm Tickets

Venue

4 : Al Green Theatre

750 Spadina Ave
Toronto
Ontario
M5S 2J2

Access

Level of Physical Access
Accessible

Covid-19 policy

Self-screening form
No
Masks
Yes
Proof of vaccination
No

Facilities

Air Conditioned
Yes
Washrooms
Yes
Outdoors
No

Accessibility information

This show will have an audio described performance on July 17th 4:30 PM. There are a limited amount of receivers available. To reserve an audio receiver, please call our box office or email patron.manager@fringetoronto.com.


Content advice

Not recommended for persons under 14 years of ageAbrupt cues

Sensory description

Show is very oral
One person talking
There is much gesture and some movement
But it could be a radio show
Can work well for the vision impaired and blind.
Not at all for the hard of hearing


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