Chaos and Attraction

In an English manor house in 1809, a young girl and her tutor discuss the laws of entropy and human attraction. In 1990, in the same room, a scholar seeks to prove his theory about a duel involving Lord Byron. These two scenes set the unlikely stage for what has often been hailed as Tom Stoppard’s greatest masterpiece – a play about chaos, mathematics, sex, and the death of the universe.

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