Louis Slotin Sonata, by Stranger Genius Paul Mullin, was called out on the Huffington Post last week (in a piece refuting an article in the Guardian that claims plays about science typically suck):

There are funny plays (Thiessen's Lenin's Embalmers), riveting true stories (Doctor Atomic, Giron's Moving Bodies), intense portraits (Copenhagen), and wild theatrical rides (Mullin's Louis Slotin Sonata, Kreitzer's The Love Song of J Robert Oppenheimer).

Mullin listed in the same breath as Doctor Atomic by John Adams and Copenhagen (plus Brecht and Stoppard in a previous paragraph)? Not too shabby.

The author goes on to describe Sonata as "hilarious and beautiful and awful all at once."

And she's right.