Ada and the Engine (Regional, Central Square Theatre, 2021) | Playbill

Ada and the Engine

A Catalyst Collaborative @MIT Production, Produced by Underground Railway Theater

SYNOPSIS: 1835. England. At the dawn of the British Industrial Revolution, Ada Byron Lovelace (daughter of Lord Byron), sees the vast possibility of the “analytical engines” of her mentor, Charles Babbage, inventor of the first mechanical computer. At the intersection of art and information, Ada dreams of the future.

Directed by Debra Wise

Cast: Grace Experience, Diego Arciniegas, Kortney Adams, John Hardin

Show Times: Wednesday and Thursday @7:30pm, Friday @8pm, Saturday @3pm and 8pm, Sunday @2pm. No performance Wednesday, April 15. Added evening performance Monday, April 13 @7:30pm.

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