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'Heisenberg' pairing is fascinating theater at LA's Mark Taper Forum

The uncertainty principle of German scientist Werner Heisenberg states that the position and velocity of any object cannot both be measured exactly at the same time. In Simon Stephens’ much-celebrated play, “Heisenberg,” that theory is applied to people: two impressively dissimilar adults who meet awkwardly in a London train station and then begin a process of individual change, a change filled with immeasurables.

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