Healthcare reform rages on in congress and many Americans feel helpless. But what if we could do something simple to influence the government? The new play “The Einstein Plan” examines Albert Einstein’s notion that if as few as 2% of the population were to participate in non-violent civil disobedience, then the government would be brought to a standstill. The play is an interactive format encouraging audience members to participate in the discussion. We speak to actor James Cromwell about his role and the notion the play asserts.
James Cromwell, actor ("Babe," 'L.A. Confidential," "Star Trek: First Contact")