Radiolab Live! in San Francisco: Symmetry

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Date: 
03/27/2011 - 20:00
Show: 
City: 
San Francisco
Venue Name: 
Brava Theater Center



Join WNYC and NPR's Radiolab for an intimate live event in San Francisco.

Hosts Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich will be performing an upcoming episode on symmetry, and how it shapes our very existence—from the origin of the universe, to what we see when we look in the mirror. We'll search for love in ancient Greece, head to modern-day Princeton for a look inside our brains, and revisit an unlikely headline from the Oval Office circa 1979. Cellist Zoe Keating will be on stage to provide live scoring.

This performance is presented by MaximumFun.org, the home of the public radio program The Sound of Young America.

Radiolab Live: Symmetry
8PM, Sunday, March 27th
Brava! Theater Center
2781 24th St. (at York), San Francisco (Map)

Tickets $36: Available Now

Directions

Take BART to 24th Street Station
Exit the station and walk east on 24th Street
Arrive at 2781 24th Street at York Street
Seven minute walk from BART

From the East Bay:
Take I-80 West
Cross Bay Bridge
It will become US-101
Exit Cesar Chavez Street (west) taking the Potrero Avenue ramp
Veer right onto Potrero Avenue
Turn left at 24th Street.

Where can I park?
There is metered parking along 24th Street - this parking is OPEN on Sundays. The closest public parking lot is at the SF General Hospital, located at 23rd Street and San Bruno.