Heisenberg Tickets

After debuting in the esteemed Manhattan Theater Club and wrapping up a successful Broadway run, Heisenberg is headed to Los Angeles’ Mark Taper Forum. With a cast totaling two actors in all, Mary Louise Parker and Denis Ardnt, and a creative team of five, the relatively small company compensates for its size in the astonishingly compelling production they have put forward. In relaying the story of a middle-aged woman and old-aged man’s chance meeting and subtle romance, Director Mark Brokaw has taken great measures to ensure an electric chemistry is created. As a result, the play is gripping and emotionally resonant. Witness what has been the talk of the town in New York for a year now; Heisenberg tickets are available now.

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What’s it all about?

In a crowded London train station, a young American woman spots Alex, a markedly older fellow, and kisses his neck. This exchange throws these two strangers hailing from different parts of the world into a life-altering relationship.

Georgie, the young woman is a pathological liar who presents every aspect of her personality with such conviction that no one can pluck the truth out from every elongated rant she goes on. She has probably come to the UK from America to look for her British husband. This rollercoaster of a personality faces off with Alex; a simple, thinking old man who runs a butcher shop in Islington. He likes classical music, a nice bottle of champagne, and has the knack to see through Georgie’s lies. Of course this does not discourage him from falling head over heels for her.

The play is, essentially, an account of the blooming romance between these otherwise conflicting personalities. There is a certain level of realism to these otherwise heightened character that creates a connection with modern audience. There is also an undeniable timelessness to it, with fleeting remarks about growing old or fading away from the two characters. Even though there is no promise of permanency to this possible relationship, urgency is not warranted either.

How is the audience involved?

As soon as one enters the theater as an audience, he is thrown off: the traditional spot for seats has been halved and the stage has been pushed forward, almost to the center of the theater. The remaining  seats are on-stage, what from the conventional standpoint would be considered ‘behind’ the stage. However, in the Heisenberg universe, this is how the audience views the play; it probes the two characters that are going to have an exchange on-stage for the next hour or so from every corner.

While it is a task that challenges the actors’ vulnerability, according to Brokaw, the effect being created with this arrangement is of these two characters being placed under a microscope. This visual element is furthered by the noticeable lack of props or costume changes on a completely bare stage, with just the wooden table and two chairs making the whole set. A pillow appears midway through the play and Georgie brings a chocolate bar out, but other than that, the stage is largely characterized by, well, the characters themselves.

Who is Heisenberg?

People usually go into the play assuming that Heisenberg is probably going to be either a character or a setting that the play revolves around. Therefore, a certain level of surprise is understandable when not a single nod is made to Heisenberg. The play’s writer, Simon Stephens deliberately named it Heisenberg after the scientist and his theorized principle. According to the Heisenberg principle of uncertainty, one can never know one can never simultaneously know the exact position and exact speed of an object because everything in the universe behaves like both a particle and a wave at the same time.

This holds particularly true for Heisenberg because Georgie and Alex are almost always on two separate wavelengths. So, their coming together, although made abundantly clear, is an unlikely prospect that happens. The play’s driving force is this principle of uncertainty; hence the title is more appropriate to it than ever.

What’s the buzz around Heisenberg?

Whether it was the Friedman Theater or Broadway, every platform this play has ventured to have showered it with praise. Mary Louise Parker as Georgie is considered at her best and Denis Ardnt as Alex is a compelling companion. The electric chemistry between the two is undeniable and the centre-force that propels the play forward.

The buzz is that Heisenberg is an experience of a lifetime. Make sure you don’t miss out on it; buy Heisenberg tickets now.

What’s it all about?

In a crowded London train station, a young American woman spots Alex, a markedly older fellow, and kisses his neck. This exchange throws these two strangers hailing from different parts of the world into a life-altering relationship.

Georgie, the young woman is a pathological liar who presents every aspect of her personality with such conviction that no one can pluck the truth out from every elongated rant she goes on. She has probably come to the UK from America to look for her British husband. This rollercoaster of a personality faces off with Alex; a simple, thinking old man who runs a butcher shop in Islington. He likes classical music, a nice bottle of champagne, and has the knack to see through Georgie’s lies. Of course this does not discourage him from falling head over heels for her.

The play is, essentially, an account of the blooming romance between these otherwise conflicting personalities. There is a certain level of realism to these otherwise heightened character that creates a connection with modern audience. There is also an undeniable timelessness to it, with fleeting remarks about growing old or fading away from the two characters. Even though there is no promise of permanency to this possible relationship, urgency is not warranted either.

How is the audience involved?

As soon as one enters the theater as an audience, he is thrown off: the traditional spot for seats has been halved and the stage has been pushed forward, almost to the center of the theater. The remaining  seats are on-stage, what from the conventional standpoint would be considered ‘behind’ the stage. However, in the Heisenberg universe, this is how the audience views the play; it probes the two characters that are going to have an exchange on-stage for the next hour or so from every corner.

While it is a task that challenges the actors’ vulnerability, according to Brokaw, the effect being created with this arrangement is of these two characters being placed under a microscope. This visual element is furthered by the noticeable lack of props or costume changes on a completely bare stage, with just the wooden table and two chairs making the whole set. A pillow appears midway through the play and Georgie brings a chocolate bar out, but other than that, the stage is largely characterized by, well, the characters themselves.

Who is Heisenberg?

People usually go into the play assuming that Heisenberg is probably going to be either a character or a setting that the play revolves around. Therefore, a certain level of surprise is understandable when not a single nod is made to Heisenberg. The play’s writer, Simon Stephens deliberately named it Heisenberg after the scientist and his theorized principle. According to the Heisenberg principle of uncertainty, one can never know one can never simultaneously know the exact position and exact speed of an object because everything in the universe behaves like both a particle and a wave at the same time.

This holds particularly true for Heisenberg because Georgie and Alex are almost always on two separate wavelengths. So, their coming together, although made abundantly clear, is an unlikely prospect that happens. The play’s driving force is this principle of uncertainty; hence the title is more appropriate to it than ever.

What’s the buzz around Heisenberg?

Whether it was the Friedman Theater or Broadway, every platform this play has ventured to have showered it with praise. Mary Louise Parker as Georgie is considered at her best and Denis Ardnt as Alex is a compelling companion. The electric chemistry between the two is undeniable and the centre-force that propels the play forward.

The buzz is that Heisenberg is an experience of a lifetime. Make sure you don’t miss out on it; buy Heisenberg tickets now.

 

Heisenberg Schedule

Some of the best theatre productions have released their schedules. Heisenberg will run at the venues from 21-Jul-17 until 6-Aug-17. Upcoming show will be staged at Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles; whereas the last one will be held at the Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles. For the complete list of dates and venues, please visit our website.

Event Venue City Date
Heisenberg Mark Taper Forum Los Angeles, CA Fri Jul 21 201707/21 08:00 PM
Heisenberg Mark Taper Forum Los Angeles, CA Sat Jul 22 201707/22 02:30 PM
Heisenberg Mark Taper Forum Los Angeles, CA Sat Jul 22 201707/22 08:00 PM
Heisenberg Mark Taper Forum Los Angeles, CA Sun Jul 23 201707/23 01:00 PM
Heisenberg Mark Taper Forum Los Angeles, CA Sun Jul 23 201707/23 06:30 PM
Heisenberg Mark Taper Forum Los Angeles, CA Tue Jul 25 201707/25 08:00 PM
Heisenberg Mark Taper Forum Los Angeles, CA Wed Jul 26 201707/26 08:00 PM
Heisenberg Mark Taper Forum Los Angeles, CA Thu Jul 27 201707/27 08:00 PM
Heisenberg Mark Taper Forum Los Angeles, CA Fri Jul 28 201707/28 08:00 PM
Heisenberg Mark Taper Forum Los Angeles, CA Sat Jul 29 201707/29 02:30 PM

Heisenberg Tickets Prices

The average price for Heisenberg Tickets start from $145. The minimum get in price is $38 for Heisenberg Tickets at the Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.

Name City Date Average Ticket Price Get In Price
(Minimum Price)
Heisenberg Los Angeles 21-Jul-17 $180 $109
Heisenberg Los Angeles 22-Jul-17 $192 $112
Heisenberg Los Angeles 22-Jul-17 $215 $113
Heisenberg Los Angeles 23-Jul-17 $162 $81
Heisenberg Los Angeles 23-Jul-17 $159 $86
Heisenberg Los Angeles 25-Jul-17 $145 $38
Heisenberg Los Angeles 26-Jul-17 $145 $38
Heisenberg Los Angeles 27-Jul-17 $161 $73
Heisenberg Los Angeles 28-Jul-17 $178 $77
Heisenberg Los Angeles 29-Jul-17 $181 $117

* Ticket Prices vary on hourly basis.

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