The play is an amazing journey trough time and space. R. Buckminster Fuller – an American engineer, architect, philosopher and visionary – will guide us through his life and ideas: from his childhood fascination with triangles, to his meeting with Einstein, to his unusual, novel architectural solutions. Buckminster Fuller, known as Bucky, had as many angles as his famous geodesic domes and he still fascinates scientists and artists alike. The play depicts the most interesting parts of his life and work, combining elements of humor, lecture and philosophical treatise.
With just a few props, David Novak, who plays Fuller, creates a moving monodrama, which gets the audience involved not only intellectually but also emotionally. The play's success is due in large measure to the award-winning playwright and director, D. W. Jacobs, who translated his fascination with Buckminster Fuller into the language of theater. Together with Bucky, Jacobs takes us on an exciting trip on Spaceship Earth – which will make us take a fresh look at the world around us.