The Big Apple is far from New Mexico, but you should make every effort to see “Doctor
Atomic” in New York. “Doctor Atomic” sets to song one of the most influential times of U.S. history,
the development of the atomic bomb in New Mexico in 1945. This historic backdrop is enhanced by music by composer John Adams.
Adams has made a reputation as a top opera composer with accomplishments like “Harmonium” and “Harmonielehre.”
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The opera features a cast of characters based on the true-life scientists who worked on developing the atomic bomb in
New Mexico. Along with a scientific first, developing the bomb also brought the scientists a moral dilemma about a weapon
they know will be used on Japanese nationals. Tensions grow as the first testing day draws near. See the highs and lows
of the plot and order your theater tickets.
World War II brought turmoil to the world. “Doctor Atomic” beautifully captures one of the harder choices
made during the war. Don’t miss the music from a Pulitzer Prize-winning composer. The 125-year-old Met in New York
is the ideal location for this historic opera. Get together a group of friends and get “Doctor Atomic” tickets