Jess is a girl with too many answers and not enough questions, but a gift from a mysterious professor is about to show her that in this world, nothing is certain – and what you don’t know can still hurt you.
Scientific principles like Quantum Theory and Schrodinger’s Cat mingle with bible stories like Job and Abraham in this play about knowledge, belief and whether anything is truly certain.
Director Luke Thornborough carries on from the theme of last year’s Stage Two production of The Crucible with this new play by Auckland's tallest up-and-coming playwright, Mike Borgfeldt.
The Uncertainty Principle promises to be a fun and fascinating theatrical experience that will appeal to anyone with an interest in asking the big questions.
Special thanks to the Ponsonby Baptist Church for agreeing to host this inquiring work.
Cash bar available. Note: play contains coarse language.