093016WHT_Z07

bie

NERDY TO ME: WEST HAWAII TODAY | BIG ISLAND ENTERTAINMENT SCENE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2016 | 7 fun, folly and science did it, and this is how I got there.’” Krinsky’s extensive theater experience includes being an original member of Boston Buffoons and the Wright New England vaudeville troupe. started out as a mime in the Boston a number of years and then I gig at the Museum of Science in They asked me to put together that explored the science of was right up my alley. My loved it so I worked on it and is history. I’ve been doing this now for 20 years,” he said. addition to performing at the Museum of Science in Boston, Krinsky performed at the Kennedy Center Washington, D.C., Victoria Theatre Dayton, Civic Center of Greater Moines, Kravis Center, Broward and Ruth Eckerd Hall in the Broadway Center and Theater in Washington, the Markham Theatre in Ontario, as well other theaters and festivals across United States. He has also made appearances on NBC’s “Today Show” Lincoln Center Out-of-Doors. Toying with Science” brings sciencebased toys to life with motion, music, and insight while allowing the audience an opportunity to participate on-stage activities. An example of Krinsky’s performance includes balancing multiple ladders topped with a giant beach umbrella on his chin at the same time. He’s known for engaging participation and blurring the boundaries between himself and his audience. “It’s a physically dynamic show,” he said. “I tackle, explain and research how things are done scientifically right in front of the audiences eyes. To understand science in such a fun way is kind of a novel thing. So much we learn about science is linear. This is physical and hands on. It’s a real high energy experience.” The show starts at 4 p.m. Tickets range in price from $18-$33. For more information or to purchase tickets visit www. kahilutheatre.org or call 885-6868. ■ BY KAREN ROSE SPECIAL TO WEST HAWAII TODAY ticipation “Toying with Science” brings science-based toys to life with motion, music, humor and insight while allowing the audience an opportunity to participate in the on-stage activities. LEWIS BECKER PHOTOGRAPHY/SPECIAL TO WEST HAWAII TODAY


bie
To see the actual publication please follow the link above