Performance dates & times

Previews

Friday 17 May
8:00 PM
Saturday 18 May
8:00 PM
Monday 20 May
8:00 PM
Tuesday 21 May
8:00 PM
Wednesday 22 May
8:00 PM

Season: 23 May - 6 July

Mondays
6:30 PM
Tuesdays
6:30 PM
Wednesdays
1:00 PM & 8:00 PM
Thursdays
8:00 PM
Fridays
8:00 PM
Saturdays
2:00 PM & 8:00 PM

Accessible Performances

Audio Described Performance, Tactile Tour

Saturday 8 June
2:00 PM

Audio Described Performance

Tuesday 11 June
6:30 PM

Captioned Performance

Saturday 15 June
2:00 PM

Running Time 1 hour 30 minutes no interval

Price range

*Concession prices are available for Pensioners and Full Time Students

^Senior prices are available only for Wednesday Matinee performances

Previews & Wednesday Matinees

Standard
From $87.00
Concession*
From $68.00
Groups 8+
From $80.00
Senior^
From $80.00
Youth
From $43.00
Rush
From $43.00

Monday - Thursday Evenings

Standard
From $101.00
Concession*
From $93.00
Groups 8+
From $93.00
Youth
From $50.00
Rush
From $50.00

Friday - Saturday

Standard
From $107.00
Concession*
From $98.00
Groups 8+
From $98.00
Youth
From $53.00
Rush
From $53.00

All online orders are subject to a Service Charge of up to $8.50 per order, plus any optional additional postage charges

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If you cannot find available tickets for your preferred date, please visit MTC's website.

At a bustling London train station, 42-year-old American, Georgie, kisses the neck of a much older Englishman, Alex. This electric encounter thrusts two perfect strangers into a fascinating and unlikely relationship, part friendship, part love-affair. But is Georgie really all she seems?

Simon Stephens astounded audiences with his remarkable The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time in 2018. Now, this Tony Award-winning playwright is back with an intimate and life-affirming romantic comedy.

The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle helped redefine the world of physics, but Stephens is less concerned with quantum mechanics than with the atomic uncertainty of the human heart. With wit and dry humour, Heisenberg asks us to take a chance on love and embrace the magic of the unknown. Star of stage and screen, Kat Stewart (Offspring) stars as the audacious and spontaneous Georgie opposite Peter Kowitz (Janet King) as Alex, with acclaimed director Tom Healey (The Spook) making his debut with MTC for this Australian Premiere


Cast

Cast includes
Peter Kowitz, Kat Stewart

Credits

Director
Tom Healey

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