Mr. Bilash Goes Off-Broadway

Mr. Bilash Goes Off-Broadway

A candle that moves water, a paper cup that won’t burn, and a firefly without fire.  An atomic flash, weaponized sugar, and a hydrogen bomb.  A genie in a bottle, secret writing, and elephant toothpaste…Yes! All these and more comprise That Chemistry Show!

Performed and written by Borislaw Bilash, Physics teacher at Pascack Valley High School, That Chemistry Show, is an incredible 80-minute live exploration produced by Eric Krebs, now playing as an Off-Broadway show in New York City. 

Mr. Bilash, who’s teaching career spans over three decades, is the author of the science demonstration handbook series for teachers called A Demo a Day, two of which are in chemistry and one each in biology, physical science and physics.  One in four high schools in the United States utilize his demonstration books in their curriculum.  Additionally, Mr. Bilash has been a featured guest on The New York Time's Live Facebook page and PIX11's Wonderama, a children's television program hosted by David Osmond.

Mr. Krebs founded the George Street Playhouse regional theater in New Brunswick, New Jersey, now in its 43rd year, Off-Broadway’s John Houseman Theater Center and the Douglas Fairbanks Theater and currently operates the Playroom Theater and The Physics Theater in NYC.  Producer Krebs says, “Get ready for amazement and lots of laughter as Borislaw combines the world of chemistry and the world of show business.  Your own world will never be boring again! 

That Chemistry Show is playing until December 30th at the Physics Theater, 300 W. 43rd Street, NYC.  The show will be on hiatus for January-February 2018, after which it will open in a new location.  

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