The Uncertainty Principle
Adam Strauss believes reality is subjective, and if you think he’s wrong, you’re right.
The Uncertainty Principle is a rollicking solo comedy that looks to both quantum physics and religion to answer what we truly know about our world and ourselves. It premiered at the 2015 New York Fringe Festival, garnering widespread praise, and in October 2017 played Next Stage Arts Project in Putney, Vermont.
“I had the great fortune of discovering Adam Strauss at APAP, and he has now become one of the most requested, favorite performers at my venue. Fresh, moving, one-of-a-kind, Adam’s material hits the mark, and he is great to work with.”
-Maria Basescu, Executive Director of Next Stage Arts Project
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