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Hypothesisters: Songs of Scientific Women


Caveat presents
Hypothesisters: Songs of Scientific Women
:: Underground Science Festival NYC ::

Hypothesisters: Songs of Scientific Women is a cabaret featuring original songs by Kate Villa (The Break With Michelle Wolf), Lisa Mongillo(Reductress), Grace Oberhofer (BMI) and Amanda D'Archangelis (Single Rider: The Musical). It’s full of discoveries, nuclear fission, fossilized shit, and women saving the world. Let’s map the sky, bitches.
Hosted by: 
The Harvard Computers:
Alexandria Iona (Cold Coffee, UCB) 
Lindsay-Elizabeth Hand (Edge In Motion) 

Hannah Shealy (Williamstown Theater Festival) 
Liz Damuth (54 Below)
Jen Kwok (Friends from College)
Alexis Floyd (Single Rider: The Musical)
Gaby Hornig (54 Below)

With Characters From: 
Monique Moses (Broad City, UCB)
Maggie Widdoes (Dead Meet, UCB)
Molly Ruben-Long(JFL)
Glennis LaRoe (Come Ova)
Fareeha Khan (SUP)
Juliet Prather (SUP) 

Music Directed by Michael Kaish (Summer: The Donna Summer Musical) 

Doors: 6:30, Show: 7:00
Tickets: $15 in advance, $20 at the door

::: About the Underground Science Festival NYC :::
Unearthing science buried by racism and sexism

Tired of hearing the same names honored at every science event? Wondering what’s missing from the mainstream narrative? Sick of boring panels with high ticket prices – or have you just avoided these things at all costs? The Underground Science Festival was created for you. Subversive science comedy, unconventional deep dives into the failures that drive science, and introductions to the unsung and forgotten science heroes who should have gotten credit all along. Come have a drink with us and go home smarter.

Earlier Event: May 26
An Asian-American Film Thing