In 1993 Andrew Wiles stunned the world when he announced a solution to "Fermat's Last Theorem," the famous unsolved mathematics problem set forth by Pierre de Fermat in 1637. In the musical Fermat's Last Tango, the fictional character Daniel Keane earns overnight acclaim when he presents his findings. However, fanfare soon gives way to doubt when the reincarnation of Fermat discovers a hole in Keane's proof. The singular pursuit by Keane to correct this flaw results in a love triangle involving himself, his wife, and mathematics - the story of which is brought to life by Fermat and his immortal friends from the "AfterMath," namely: Pythagoras, Euclid, Newton, and Gauss. The musical is both a cheerful romp through history and a personal confrontation with destiny. It provides a testament to the extraordinary excitement of mathematics and a tribute to its unparalleled beauty.
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