Moving Bodies is about Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman as he explores nature, science, sex, anti-Semitism, and the world around him. This epic, comic journey portrays Feynman as an iconoclastic young man, a physicist with the Manhattan Project and confronting the mystery of the Challenger disaster.
"Physics of the heart...We learn about his (Feynman's) eccentricities: his bongo playing, his penchant for picking locks, and most notably his appreciation for women. – The New York Times
"The Atomic Bomb is central to Giron's play, but it is also very much about human loves and losses. Giron is a wise, compassionate, and skilled playwright." – New York Theatre-Wire
"The themes in Moving Bodies are sex and science, atoms and anti-Semitism, consumerism and truth, and dysfunctional families and romantic love. It is a fascinating and engrossing drama." – Back Stage
"A comic fantasy about Nobel Prize-winning scientist Richard Feynman's exploration of science, sex and the mysteries of existence, Moving Bodies is really good. Don't miss it!" – Feynman Website