Experience the Art of Women in Science and on Broadway
Attend a virtual STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, Mathematics) series

Enjoy a unique Broadway experience exploring the intersection of science and art. This 3-part series is different than our usual WEST events in that we will watch Broadway stars perform and explore the parallels between artistic and scientific processes of creation and innovation. We have an opportunity to explore the challenges women face in their fields through the lens of Broadway performances. True to our mission to inspire, we will hear from compelling keynote speakers during each session.


Engineering Art
Radioactive, A musical about Marie Curie

Participants will get a sneak peek of scenes and songs from the Marie Curie-themed musical Radioactive by Will Reynolds and Eric Price. You will discover the parallels in the creative process between the artists who create musicals about scientific historical figures and the scientists inspiring their work. The creators of this musical will speak about their research of science in writing the play and how these two worlds have combined to make a musical. These creatives will discuss the challenges of bringing the piece from inception to workshop experimentation to final theatrical presentation. 

MUSICAL SYNOPSIS: This musical is the story of Marie and Pierre Curie, the two revolutionary scientists who discovered radium, the most mysterious element on the Periodic Table. They become an inseparable team and, as they uncover their element, they encounter a glowing force that is beautiful and frightening, that has the power to heal and the power to kill. And they must decide what to do with it. 

Additionally, one lucky attendee drawn at random will win tickets to an arts organization in their town.


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Keynote speakers/Fireside Chat

Will Reynolds (Music) and Eric Price (Lyrics and Book) won the 2018 Fred Ebb Award for Musical Theatre Writing and have been collaborators for the past fifteen years. They have written the musicals The Violet Hour, Radioactive, Around the World, and The Sixth Borough. They recently recorded a studio cast album of The Violet Hour featuring Tony Award-winner Santino Fontana, Jeremy Jordan, Solea Pfeiffer, Brandon Uranowitz, and Erika Henningsen which will be released in 2022. Will and Eric are songwriters on the AppleTV+ animated series Central Park starring Josh Gad, Leslie Odom Jr, Daveed Diggs, Kristen Bell, Titus Burgess, and Stanley Tucci. They also wrote the song “When I See You Again,” which is performed by Laura Osnes on Broadway Records’ benefit album Artists in Residence. They have recently been the recipients of a Lotte Lenya Award from the Kurt Weill Foundation and ASCAP Plus Awards. The full biography can be found here. Learn more at www.reynoldsandprice.com.


Broadway Solo Performer:

Performing “Getting Closer” from Radioactive
Music by Will Reynolds 
Book & Lyrics by Eric Price

Hannah Corneau made her Broadway debut as Elphaba in Wicked on Broadway. She starred as Edna St. Vincent Millay in the critically-acclaimed Transport Group production of Renascence. Previously, she traveled around the country as Yitzhak in the First National tour of Hedwig and The Angry Inch. Her Off-Broadway and regional credits include Daddy Long Legs, Evita, Fiddler on the Roof, Harmony (Ovation nomination), Les Miserables (Joseph Jefferson Award), Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, and A Little Night Music. She is also a vocalist with RANGE Music.


Performing “Stir” from Radioactive
Music by Will Reynolds 
Book & Lyrics by Eric Price

Beth Malone originated the leading role of Alison in the 2015 Tony Award-winning musical Fun Home, which earned her a Tony nomination. She was last seen on Broadway as the Angel in the Tony Award-winning revival of Angels in America. She played the title role in the revival of The Unsinkable Molly Brown off-Broadway at The Transport Group and at the Denver Theatre Center. Other credits include the Broadway production of Ring of Fire and appearances on The Good Wife, BrainDead, Reno 911, Judging Amy, and in the recent film Tick, Tick… Boom! directed by Lin-Manuel Miranda.


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Date and Time:  
March 24, 2022
5:00-6:00 PM EST




Pay what you think is fair, 50% of registration income will be donated to two groups 

25% will go to Latino STEM Alliance
25% will go to Black Theatre United

Given our mission is to promote women's development in STEM we would like to offer a free spot in our events to those in transition between jobs or who cannot afford the ticket price. Please contact [email protected] if you qualify.


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