heisenberg

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Australian comedian Tim Minchin who's best known for the writing the musical "Matilda" warned that there weren't going to
The play's title is a reference to the scientific principle arguing that the more precisely one particular factor of matter
In the age of Internet dating sites, Manhattan Theater Club's staging of Simon Stephens' play Heisenberg, newly arrived to
Denis Arndt and Mary-Louise Parker in Heisenberg Photo: Joan Marcus If the author's name doesn't sound familiar, it should
Whether two things appearing simultaneously can be called a trend seems premature. But when they appear one on top of the other, they can at least be described as noticeable.
Two people. Two tables. Two chairs. What more do you need for very satisfying theater? Nothing. Heisenberg is a world premiere play at Manhattan Theatre Club and it surely marks a very good week for author Simon Stephens.
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Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle is one of the most revolutionary notions in modern science, so much so, that it has even permeated into recent popular TV shows such as Futurama and Breaking Bad.