The Love Song of J. Robert Oppenheimer
"Do I dare disturb the universe?" Father of the Atomic bomb, J. Robert Oppenheimer, struggles with an anger as old as the creation of Woman in this kaleidoscopic play exploring questions of faith, conscience, and the consequences of the never-ending pursuit of knowledge.
Sara Rademacher is interested in expanding cultural accessibility through innovative methods and new work. She believes wholly that in order to represent life, one must live it and that the Theatre should be as diverse as the world it reflects. Some of her recent credits include: The Snow Maiden of Appalachia, a new opera by Andrew Austin; two developmental productions of These Mistakes, by Samantha Cooper; Yet Un-Named, a collaboratively devised show about a real life 1950’s adoption; Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf.
She has Assistant Directed for Anne Bogart (SITI), Juliette Carillo (Seattle Rep), Alison Narver (Seattle Rep), Gary Gisselman (Guthrie Theatre), Risa Brainin (Mixed Blood Theatre), Sam Helfrich (Virginia Opera) and others. Sara is the Co-Founder of Elements Theatre Collective and is currently working for the National Theatre Conference.
She says: "Everyone deserves human connection. Everyone deserves theatre."
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