Tea intensive

The second act of The Matter of Origins is a chance for the audience, dancers and physicists to come together to share tea and conversation. Why tea? Edith Warner ran a small tea house in Los Alamos in the 1940s when scientists like Niels Bohr and Robert Oppenheimer were up the road developing the atomic bomb. Bohr, Oppenheimer, and other scientists frequented Edith’s tea house for dinner and a slice of her famous chocolate cake.


In addition to the company members that will be performing in our three tea rooms, fifty local dancers and students from the University of Maryland will be serving tea and dancing with us. Here is video from our rehearsal over three days in August:

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About Sarah Levitt

Sarah Levitt (Resident Artist/Communications Coordinator) is a dancer, choreographer and teacher based in Maryland.