Isaac’s Eye
Isaac’s Eye

Isaac’s Eye

by Lucas Hnath

2016, Main Stage

Isaac’s Eye

by Lucas Hnath

2016, Main Stage

For Isaac Newton, the line between reality and hypothesis has never been clear. When a rival puts his scientific ideas to the test, Newton’s fierce ambition to win an argument may jeopardize his entire life’s work.

 

Isaac’s Eye is a comedy about the unscrupulous acts we commit to attaining fame, success, and love.

 

*This play contains strong language.

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