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“The Farnsworth Invention” review

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“The Farnsworth Invention” based on the true story from 1910-1970 is one of the first plays that anyone can see and learn chemistry to physics. Each character in this smart and hilarious play have amazing costumes that replicate the time period perfectly. Each character in this hilarious script, smart, not to mention the amazing costumes.

One of the best things about this play is the setting of a restaurant, where characters interact, and let the audience experience something new from each of the scenes. Screens in the middle of the ceiling help establish the setting and dates of the events.

Farnsworth Invention is about David Sarnoff and Philo T. Farnsworth arguing about who created Television.

Philo T. Farnsworth had an objective and determination to create moving pictures with sound better upgrade than the radio, with $10,000 and 6 months given to him by William Crocker he and his wife Pem along with both her brother Cliff, his sister Agnes, friend Stan, and Harlon Honn, together they created something they thought could change the future.

They got the picture but later got framed for fraud of stealing other people’s work. Farnsworth ended up going to court going up against, someone who came to Farnsworth not months before and asked how to create a device that could’ve made Philo T. Farnsworth Millions.

Philo T. Farnsworth was outstandingly played by Collin Voeller, no one would believe that it was his first time as a major lead. Along with Gabe Aina who played David Sarnoff. Aina narrated the play as the show went on. The roller coaster of emotions, along with many characters played by each person of Production Company, with the small space they had the privilege to work with.

Because of the small space, and depending on where you sit, you may have trouble seeing but it doesn’t stop the excitement going on next to you, and above you. The smart play has you leaving with questions and anxious nerves to see what the productions company has next.

Rating: Five out five paws

 

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