Special Theatre Info Wheelchair accessible in the Ruby Theatre. The theatre has concessions.
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5 Stars-" This is not just another play, this is something deeply extraordinary. Disinherit the Wind is one of the most worthy and poignant plays to have ever been staged. It deserves 10 stars, but I am confined to maximum of but 5." The Examiner
" ...a winning play, one with much to say to a great many people." Bitter Lemons
Has neo-Darwinian materialist thought become a new kind of orthodoxy, just as rigid, just as resistant to change in the light of new information, just as self-protective, as the biblical orthodoxy that it replaced?
The play centers around a wrongful termination hearing in which Dr. Cates attempts to win back his position at the University. It is anything but a dry scientific discourse. It is very passionate and funny, and further complicated by the fact that his star witness is Howard Blair, the darling of the biochemistry graduate school who is practically engaged to the daughter of the principal defendant, the chairman of the biology department at the University. If you've ever wondered about the relationship between science and spirituality, you must see this play.