June 29th -July 9th 2022

 2022 season


by Mark St.Germain

Directed by Johann Walraven

By arrangement with Music Theatre International Australasia Pty Ltd, on behalf of Dramatists Play Service Inc

In 1902, Albert and Mileva Einstein had a daughter. After 1904, the child was never seen or spoken of again.  Many years have passed and now a reporter has come to interview Einstein about his mysterious family history, only to discover far more secrets under the surface. As the reporter questions Einstein about his theory of relativity and personal past, she develops a new, more pressing query: To be a great man, does one first need to be a good man?

Dates:  29th June – 9th July 2022

Wednesday      29 JUNE 2022         8.00pm            PREVIEW
Thursday           30 JUNE 2022        8.00pm            OPENING NIGHT
Friday                   1 JULY 2022          8.00pm             PERFORMANCE
Saturday             2 JULY 2022          8.00pm             PERFORMANCE
Sunday                3 JULY 2022           1.00pm             MATINEE PERFORMANCE
Sunday                3 JULY 2022          5.00pm             MATINEE PERFORMANCE
Wednesday        6 JULY 2022          8.00pm             PERFORMANCE
Thursday             7 JULY 2022          8.00pm             PERFORMANCE
Friday                   8 JULY 2022          8.00pm            PERFORMANCE
Saturday             9 JULY 2022          8.00pm             PERFORMANCE


Location: Chippen Street Theatre,  45 Chippen St, Chippendale NSW 2008

Our first play for the 2022 season is “Relativity” by Mark St Germain. This is a playwright who is known for taking real historic figures and putting them in imaginary circumstances and the results are fascinating “what ifs”.

Albert Einstein is the real figure at the centre of this play: an undeniably great man. But what is the difference between “good” and “great”?

Johann Walraven
Nisrine Amine
Alison Chambers
Nicholas Papademetriou
Albert Einstein
Mark St.Germain Relativity
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Mark St.Germain Relativity