Smart, sexy, sassy Gia Mora unleashes her signature blend of intellectual prowess and animal instinct on an unlikely pair of human languages – love and theoretical physics.
In this hilarious one-woman show, Mora uses cutting edge mathematics as a metaphor for 21st century interpersonal relations, what she likes to call “science of love… theoretically speaking.” She takes her audiences on a journey to the edges of the universe and the interiors of their hearts as she combines beloved jazz standards with original songs and stories. See why audiences and reviewers alike are raving about the show. Featuring Charlie Barnett on piano.
Critical praise for Einstein’s Girl
“The Divine Miz Mora’s bubbly energy was on full display, along with her impressive four-octave range and an unapologetic sex appeal… a ‘wanna-be theoretical physicist.’ With a killer set of pipes.”
￼￼￼-Jennifer Ouelette, Scientific American: Cocktail Party Physics
“Mora is the complete package—great voice, songwriting ability, humor, intelligence, looks and imagination. Oh, how I wish my science teachers had presented this material in such an appealing manner. A joy from start to finish, this marks the start of stardust coalescing into a star.”
-Les Traub, Cabaret Scenes Magazine
“Physics and singing? Who would have thought? But Ms. Mora managed the unthinkable–putting a fresh spin on the subject of love–melding intellectual thoughts on topics as varied as black holes and supercomputing and devilishly funny commentary on the intersection between American obsession with technology and the search for love with sultry, jazz-infused vocals. She more than proved her versatility by comfortably delivering emotionally on-point vocals with technical precision. She was delightful.”
-Jen Perry, Broadway World