Three Plays by Stuart Hoar

Three plays that bring three exceptional New Zealanders to life, and engage us in the conflicts and adversities they overcame to achieve great things.

Ernest Rutherford, the Nelson-born scientist who split the atom.

Archibald McIndoe, the plastic surgeon from Dunedin who remade the burnt faces of World War II pilots and helped heal their damaged psyches.

Beatrice Tinsley, the New Plymouth and Christchurch-educated astronomer and cosmologist whose research made a profound contribution to our understanding of how galaxies grow and evolve.