“爱因斯坦的梦”，一个新的写 阿伦·莱特曼, physicist and professor of the practice of the humanities in MIT Comparative Media Studies / Writing, is a collection of dreams, or “thought experiments,” expl要么ing the boundaries of space and time. What if time wraps back on itself? What if time slows down as we speed up? Such questions trace Einstein’s journey toward the discovery of special relativity.
这个春天， neerja AGGARWAL ’17, a recent graduate in electrical engineering and theater arts, directed MIT Theater 艺术’ production of “Einstein’s Dreams,” inspired by a theatrical adaptation of the book by Wes Savick, as her senior theater thesis project. The performance, which ran in MIT’s Kresge Little 剧院, was created by a team of over 30 actors, designers, and technicians, and featured original music and ch要么eography.
From the beginning, Aggarwal’s thesis committee encouraged her to experiment — and to be bold. During her preparations, she shed her preconceptions about “what a final theater piece should look like,” she says. Aggarwal embraced new ways to express the concepts and questions that absorbed her and discovered new ways to work with act要么s, composers, and designers. By daring to let go of what she knew, and embracing the unknown, Aggarwal and her company created a powerful theatrical experience.
“‘Einstein’s Dreams’ is about the cost of creativity, the struggles, the frustrations, the obsessions of the creative process,” she explains. “This is something I feel that we all at MIT can relate to.”
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