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LOVE

MUSIC

PHYSICS

The Show

Love! Music! Physics!

 
Watch them all come together in one tour-de-force performance from vocalist and comedian Gia Mora. Using physics as a metaphor for love in the digital age, Miz Mora mixes beloved standards with original songs and stories in a hilariously irreverent and deeply earnest look at 21st century romance.
 
Travel from the edge of the universe to the depths of your heart to discover
 

the science of love...
theoretically speaking.

The Girl

Gia Mora, a.k.a. Einstein's Girl, is a multifaceted performer and writer. She brings her unique blend of brains and beauty to her work on stage and screen.
 
Known for her original storytelling and compositions as well as her interpretations of standards, Miz Mora’s critically acclaimed one-woman show, Einstein’s Girl, has played to sold-out houses on both coasts. She is a third-generation jazz musician and loves performing with her father, guitarist Rick Chinisci.
 
She has an extensive theatre resume, having received four Helen Hayes nominations, and she has performed with companies including Arena Stage, Woolly Mammoth, the Kennedy Center, Ford’s Theatre, and Shakespeare Theatre Company. On television, Miz Mora has appeared on True Detective, Baskets, Impress Me, Castle, among others, and has appeared in a dozen national commercials.
 
Miz Mora is also one-third of the screen sirens for science, the Scirens, who promote science literacy and the art/science synthesis through entertainment.

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The Girl

Gia Mora, a.k.a. Einstein's Girl, is a multifaceted performer and writer. She brings her unique blend of brains and beauty to her work on stage and screen.
 
Known for her original storytelling and compositions as well as her interpretations of standards, Miz Mora’s critically acclaimed one-woman show, Einstein’s Girl, has played to sold-out houses on both coasts. She is a third-generation jazz musician and loves performing with her father, guitarist Rick Chinisci.
 
She has an extensive theatre resume, having received four Helen Hayes nominations, and she has performed with companies including Arena Stage, Woolly Mammoth, the Kennedy Center, Ford’s Theatre, and Shakespeare Theatre Company. On television, Miz Mora has appeared on True Detective, Baskets, Impress Me, Castle, among others, and has appeared in a dozen national commercials.
 
Miz Mora is also one-third of the screen sirens for science, the Scirens, who promote science literacy and the art/science synthesis through entertainment.

The Professor Himself

"When you sit with a nice girl for two hours you think it’s only a minute, but when you sit on a hot stove for a minute you think it’s two hours. That’s relativity."

- Albert Einstein

The Press

The Divine Miz Mora’s bubbly energy was on full display, along with her impressive four-octave range and an unapologetic sex appeal… a "wanna-be theoretical physicist." With a killer set of pipes.

JENNIFER OUELLETTE, Scientific American

Physics and singing? Who would have thought? Ms. Mora managed the unthinkable–putting a fresh spin on the subject of love–melding intellectual thoughts on topics as varied as black holes and supercomputing and devilishly funny commentary on the intersection between American obsession with technology and the search for love with sultry, jazz-infused vocals. She more than proved her versatility by comfortably delivering emotionally on-point vocals with technical precision. She was delightful.

JEN PERRY, Broadway World

 

Mora is the complete package—great voice, songwriting ability, humor, intelligence, looks and imagination. Oh, how I wish my science teachers had presented this material in such an appealing manner. A joy from start to finish, this marks the start of stardust coalescing into a star.

LES TRAUB, Cabaret Scenes

 

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The Press

The Divine Miz Mora’s bubbly energy was on full display, along with her impressive four-octave range and an unapologetic sex appeal… a "wanna-be theoretical physicist." With a killer set of pipes.

JENNIFER OUELLETTE, Scientific American

Physics and singing? Who would have thought? Ms. Mora managed the unthinkable–putting a fresh spin on the subject of love–melding intellectual thoughts on topics as varied as black holes and supercomputing and devilishly funny commentary on the intersection between American obsession with technology and the search for love with sultry, jazz-infused vocals. She more than proved her versatility by comfortably delivering emotionally on-point vocals with technical precision. She was delightful.

JEN PERRY, Broadway World

 

Mora is the complete package—great voice, songwriting ability, humor, intelligence, looks and imagination. Oh, how I wish my science teachers had presented this material in such an appealing manner. A joy from start to finish, this marks the start of stardust coalescing into a star.

LES TRAUB, Cabaret Scenes

 

And remember...

"If you wish to make an apple pie from scratch, you must first invent the universe."

- Carl Sagan

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