I believe the media are asked NOT to review The Farnsworth Invention at the La Jolla Playhouse, as it is a "page-to-stage" workshop production, but the Daily Aztec from San Diego State University has gone ahead with this assessment:
"The Farnsworth Invention" centers on Farnsworth (Jimmi Simpson), the essential force behind the creation of television, and his corporate nemesis, David Sarnoff (Stephen Lang), who stops at nothing to steal Farnsworth’s glory and credit the invention of television to his company, RCA Records. Even with heartless tactics, though, Sarnoff is not a completely unsympathetic character and the story is told in part through his retrospective narration.
The photo you see here is the first rendering I’ve seen from the stage. The way Jimmi Simmons is holding the tube here, he looks almost exactly like the statue that was unveiled in the U.S. Capitol in 1990.