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"Einstein is a Dummy" Original Youth Cast Recording

by Zacarias & La Puma

The Youth Premiere Cast Recording of a new musical about the young boy genius with songs capturing light, mass and energy - where Physics meets Rock!
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1. Planetary Opening
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2. Don't Mess Up
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3. Which Way is Up?
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4. Elsa's Dance
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5. Brownian Motion Limbo
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6. Boring Ballad #4 in C Major
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7. Don't Mess Up Reprise
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8. The Twin Paradox Polka
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9. Ray of Light
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10. E=MC2
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11. Finale
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Album Notes
Book and Lyrics by Karen Zacarias
Music by Deborah Wicks La Puma

Featuring the Vocal Talents of:
Max Havas as "Albert"
Luke Hardy as "Cat"
Brianna Bowers as "'Mama"
Claire Easton as "Maja"
Caitlyn Barresi as "Elsa"
Joey Bacon as "Constantine"
Sabine Slome as "Greta"
Julia Eve La Puma as "Helga"
Luke Pilapil as "Herr Schloppnoppdinkerdonn"
and Naya Allen (Molecule 2), Christina Amiridis, Alyssa Bowers, Leah Bozajian (Molecule 3), Hayden Butler, Monica Chernoff (Woman), Liese Cooper (Girl), Greta Cox, Alex Hattori, Blake Pilger (Man), Cecilia La Puma, Juliette Mandal, Kaylen Ng, Brooke Vanderdonck (Molecule 1), Ridge Winokur, Natalia Womack and Christopher Youssef (Boy)

Violin: Keila Huss
Viola: Virginia Rose La Puma
Cello: Stan Sharp
Guitar: Joe Diresta
Keyboards: Deborah Wicks La Puma
Recorded at Crunchynotes Studio, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

As an adult, Albert Einstein changed our view of the universe. But as a boy, he struggled with the same issues any twelve year-old might – keeping up with violin lessons, impressing the girl next-door and – oh yeah, comprehending the fundamental relationship of space and time to the speed of light, of course. This uplifting play about a fictional day in young Einstein’s life confirms that each of us is both ordinary and special. With an engaging, original score, a healthy dose of imagination, and the help of a mysterious cat, Einstein is a Dummy reveals life’s atomic possibilities.

Einstein is a Dummy was first seen at the Kennedy Center’s 2004 New Visions/New Voices festival, and went on to premiere at Atlanta’s Alliance Theatre in 2005 under the direction of Rosemary Newcott. Selling out in its first run, it was extended twice to keep up with popular demand. Since then it has enjoyed productions at theatres throughout the country, including Chicago Playworks, UNC Charlotte, Oregon Children's Theatre, and Nashville Children's Theatre. A revised and expanded 90 minute, large ensemble version was premiered by an all-student cast at the Norris Center for the Performing Arts in April of 2011, under the direction on Corey Jones and produced by Debbie Martinez.

“I loved the production and was very impressed by how well it captured both the coming of age of a 'different' teenager AND the unique scientific insights that led to Einstein's remarkable year of publications…It was the most creative approach to communicating physics that I've ever seen.” - Matthew S. Grober, Associate Professor of Biology, Georgia State University

"Young Einstein's geeky streak is reason to rock…'Einstein' abounds with the energy of its subject matter…The verdict: Sheer energy, musicalized." - Susan Elliott, The Atlanta



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