Heisenberg BROADWAY REVIEWS

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  • NY TIMES

  • EW

  • TIME OUT

  • AMNY

  • NEWSDAY

Opening Night:
October 13, 2016
Closing:
December 11, 2016

Theater: Samuel J. Friedman Theatre / 261 West 47th Street, New York, NY, 10036

Synopsis: 

Amidst the bustle of a crowded London train station, Clare spots Alex, a much older man, and plants a kiss on his neck. This electric encounter thrusts these two strangers into a life-changing game.

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF Heisenberg

    ‘Heisenberg’ Features an Explosive Pairing of Actors

    Ben Brantley

    October 13, 2016: Though the play’s name is that of a theoretical physicist, chemistry — to be pronounced with a sizzling “s” — is the science that first comes to mind as you watch the splendid Broadway debut of Simon Stephens’s “Heisenberg,” which opened on Thursday night at the Samuel J. Friedman Theater

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  • ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY REVIEW OF Heisenberg

    Heisenberg: EW stage review

    Breanne L. Heldman

    October 13, 2016: No, Broadway’s Heisenberg isn’t some sort of stage retelling of Breaking Bad, or even a biographical tale of famed German theoretical physicist Werner Heisenberg. Instead, it’s a two-person study of what happens when constant movement collides with stillness, when quiet meets non-stop noise, and humor connects with sadness.

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  • TIME OUT NEW YORK REVIEW OF Heisenberg

    Mary-Louise Parker and Denis Arndt strike unusual sparks in Heisenberg

    Adam Feldman

    October 13, 2016: “Do you find me exhausting but captivating?” asks Georgie in Simon Stephens’s sweet, surprising Heisenberg. Since she is played by Mary-Louise Parker, at full quirky tilt, the answer is a resounding yes on both counts. The object of Georgie’s initially unwelcome affection is Alex (a lovely, understated Denis Arndt), a stranger more than 30 years her senior, whose neck she kisses in a London train station. It is hard to discern her motives, because she surrounds herself in a hurricane of self-conscious verbiage that alternates between brutal honesty and pathological lies. But if she’s crazy, she’s also a fox, and Alex—an introverted butcher and lifelong bachelor—can’t resist her for long.

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  • AM NEW YORK REVIEW OF Heisenberg

    Mary-Louise Parker stars in slight romance

    Matt Windham

    October 13, 2016: Is “Heisenberg” really an appropriate title for Simon Stephens’ pensive two-character romance, considering that it has nothing to do with the famed physicist, quantum mechanics or anyone else by the name of Heisenberg?

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  • NEWSDAY REVIEW OF Heisenberg

    A magnetizing encounter with Mary-Louise Parker

    Linda Winer

    October 13, 2016: Last year, Mary-Louise Parker and Denis Arndt sparked enchanting, offbeat brilliance in Manhattan Theatre Club’s brief Off-Broadway run of “Heisenberg,” the 80-minute maybe-love story that the company commissioned from British playwright Simon Stephens.

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