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One of our greatest living polymaths, Carl Djerassi invented the Pill in 1951, spent the next 40 years as one of America's most respected chemists, and then started writing plays in the 1990s. Calling his concept “science-in-theatre”, he's interested in revealing the human side of scientists; with this, his ninth play, we see the disastrous fall-out of an experiment involving bubbles and champagne.


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