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Copenhagen - February 2011

February 9-12, 2011 at Imperial Theatre
Written by Michael Frayn
Directed by Dean Turner

Copenhagen, winner of the 2000 Tony Award for best play, attempts to answer the question that has been on the minds of many quantum physicists and historians from World War II: What actually took place in a secret meeting between Niels Bohr, who is considered the father of quantum physics, and Werner Heisenberg, who was working on, but failed to create, the atomic bomb for Nazi Germany?

Featuring
(In order of appearance)
Lindsay Bell: Margrethe Bohr
Matt Letson: Niels Bohr
John Case: Werner Heisenberg
Production Team
Director: Dean Turner
Technical Director: Brian Goodwin
Stage Manager: Andrea Cunningham
Lighting Design: Darik Hatfield
Costumes & Makeup: Lynda Stamers-Gance

 

 

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