Erin P. Doherty Linkow is a technical writer at Northrop Grumman. She participates in Federal Plain Language workshops and applies the related principles to USPS Statistical Programs policies, software-related procedures, correspondence, and training materials. Otherwise, Erin adopts shelter parakeets and enjoys caring for them and other people’s pets holistically. By day, Erin enjoys hiking and attending Phoenix Landing Parrot Education workshops. By night, she enjoys attending plays with her husband, Raymond, and getting quotes at the after party for her reviews.
In the Little Theatre of Alexandria's version of "Proof," the lights are either on or off, affirming the black-and-white, right-or-wrong nature of mathematics. The narrator-who may be the late professor, Robert-describes the proof. Four characters focus on four issues: love, madness, trust and genius.
The story centers on a widower father