The WALK IN THE SNOW: the true story of Lise Meitner
by jem rolls
big word performance - London, England
V.26 - Creative Manitoba 
Physicist, fugitive, pioneer. On Christmas Eve 1938, two refugees from the Nazis walk out into the Swedish snow. Sat on a tree trunk, they make a shocking scientific discovery. And the world changes forever. From the creator of The Inventor of All Things: 5 STARS CBC, Winnipeg Free Press, Edmonton Journal How did a shy Austrian, who graduated high school at 23, open so many doors and achieve so much? Jem Rolls tells the life of a remarkable and forgotten woman. “I will have nothing to do with a bomb.”

Show Info:
60 Mins
Tickets: $12


Parental Guidance

No warnings

Accessibility: Low Vision / Blind
Thu July 18 7:45 PM
Fri July 19 9:30 PM
Sat July 20 6:00 PM
Sun July 21 9:30 PM
Mon July 22 4:15 PM
Tue July 23 7:45 PM
Wed July 24 6:00 PM
Thu July 25 9:30 PM
Fri July 26 4:15 PM
Sat July 27 7:45 PM
Sun July 28 8:15 PM

The WALK IN THE SNOW: the true story of Lise Meitner

big word performance—Creative Manitoba

Before you know it he’s off, in his abrupt style. If you’re good at processing information very quickly, then you’ll be able to appreciate this show significantly more than I did, because I am not a very fast thinker. Nevertheless, I learned more about science during this show than any of my high school science courses. Jem Rolls tells the story of Lise Meitner, an often overlooked physicist who was most prolific during the era of Nazi Germany. It can take a moment for you to understand that he portrays characters through his physicality, but it’s not completely necessary to understand this scientist’s tragic story. Engaging, powerful, memorable, and just like that he’s out again, in his abrupt style.

Arden Pruden