- Video on-demand
- ≈ 1 hour · No intermission
In Entangled, an audio play by Jacob Berkowitz, physics meets psychology as we explore the long, real-life intellectual friendship between Nobel Laureate physicist Wolfgang Pauli and his therapist Carl Jung, the pioneering psychoanalyst.
Pauli’s work helped us unravel the mysteries of the atom, but he couldn’t fathom his own dreams. Jung revolutionized dream interpretation, but struggled for scientific respectability. In a death-dream state, Pauli and Jung meet for a powerful final entanglement at the intersection of science and the human condition.
Learn more about Entangled by going to www.jacobberkowitz.com.
Theatre and Physics Symposium Panels
The Theatre and Physics Symposium will offer NAC audiences a series of parallel conversations sparked by the plays, culminating in a world-expanding, mind-bending investigation led by some of modern physics’ greatest thought leaders from across Canada, moderated by Host of CBC Ideas, Nahlah Ayed.
Mind and Matter
Saturday, November 6 at 12 noon
Panelists Jacob Berkowitz, Dr. Monnica Williams, Dr. Bojana Stefanovic
In Entangled, Carl Jung and Wolfgang Pauli grapple with how to integrate discoveries in physics and psychology.