Photograph 51 By Anna Ziegler

Directed by: Barbara Guertin & Robbin Joyce

Produced by: 4th Wall Stage Company

In conjunction with the Worcester Historical Museum in celebration of Women’s History Month, 4th Wall Stage Company presents this riveting play which focuses on the overlooked role of X-ray crystallographer Rosalind Franklin in the discovery of the double helix structure of DNA while working at King’s College London, 1952, and how Watson and Crick were given the Nobel Prize based on her extensive research. A must see for all science and history enthusiasts.

Performances: 

March 2023 – 16, 17, 18, 23, 24, 25 @ 6:30pm; 18, 25@ 2pm matinees
Where: Worcester Historical Museum, Fletcher Auditorium, 30 Elm Street, Worcester
ORDER TICKETS: by calling 508-753-8278 or 508-951-2665
Info: www.4thwallstagecompany.org 

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