Einstein's Girl

Using physics as a metaphor for love in the digital age, Miz Mora mixes beloved standards with original songs and stories in this heartfelt one-woman musical comedy.

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Love ❃ Music ❃ Physics

Travel from the edge of the universe to the depths of your heart to discover the science of love... theoretically speaking.

Einstein's Girl played to sold-out houses across the United States and is available from Modern Songbook Records.

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 Ouellette
Scientific American

Physics and singing? Who would have thought? 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

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

Most people don't associate Einstein with laughs and music, but those people need to see Einstein's Girl. Gia Mora's show is a delightful romp that will make you think and smile.

Sean Carroll
Theoretical Physicist & New York Times Best-Selling Author

Captivating! Gia sauntered through a cosmic vortex of jazzy tunes and witty lyrics. Powerhouse vocals, spot-on jokes, and a lesson in physics–impressive!

Richeen Ariel
The District Insider

It's such an impressive set of vocal performances, not just technically but spiritually ... there's heart and passion in these works, enough swing to make the performances distinctive and yet without losing their technical perfection ... that's a synthesis you expect to only hear from, I dunno, Edith Piaf, or Nina Simone.

Lee Shackleford
Playwright

Everyone needs to see Gia Mora‘s show and buy her CD. It is seriously outstanding. I am so wowed by her talent and her genius. Hurry before you miss this.

Helen Murray
Artistic Director of Aurora Fox
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