- 1919.May.Fridayhttp://realtimesteam.org/event/science-with-a-twist-super-villains/Arizona Science Center600 E Washington St, Phoenix, AZ 85004, USA
Our Founders, Rebekah Brubaker and Brian Johnson, are featured speakers at Arizona Science Center’s Science With A Twist: Super Villains. Part of the Center’s series of events for Adults Night Out, you will “be amazed by DNA mutations and hear how close we are to creating super villains.”
Tickets are $12 and may be purchased at the door or online. There is an additional cost for specialty cocktails inspired by Lex Luther, Magneto and the Joker. Dinner can also be purchased at the Center’s Beansprouts Café. Additional shows are Planet Shark: Predator or Prey, $11.95 per person (open all night); Great White Shark, $7.95 per person (showtime 8:30 PM); and Led Zeppelin Laser Show, $9 per person (showtime: 9:15 PM).
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