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If the name “Heisenberg” has frightened you into thinking this is a dense play about quantum mechanics, never fear.  It is, rather, about the most everyday of occurrences: two dissimilar people getting to know each other and determining the substance of their relationship.  471 more words


Written by Simon Stephens

Directed by Mark Brokaw

Relationships, especially in their early stages, have something in common with theoretical physics. Results defy predictions, and the perspective of the observer influences the outcome of the experiment. 557 more words

Theater Reviews

Why Are You Talking to Me?

The forty-two-year-old Georgie Burns (Mary Louise-Parker) approaches the seventy-five-year-old Alex Priest (Denis Arndt) in the St. Pancras Train Station.  In that aggressively confessional manner that is typical of some Americans, she immediately unloads on him, forcing an intimacy that has not yet been earned.   305 more words


Heisenberg: Colliding Masterfully

Heisenberg: Colliding Masterfully

by Ross

What else is there to say about Heisenberg, the ingenious new Broadway play opening at the MTC, that I haven’t already said before? 754 more words

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That is honestly all I can say.

Simon Stephens is a pure genius and his way of storytelling is so organic and beautiful. First, Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (my all time favorite play) and now this. 609 more words