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Copenhagen

a Drama
CATEGORY :
by Michael Frayn

COMPANY : Academy Theatre [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Academy Theatre [WEBSITE]
ID# 4284

SHOWING : April 27, 2012 - May 20, 2012

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

In 1941 Werner Heisenberg visited his mentor Bohr in Copenhagen. No one knows the content of their conversation. All we know is they spoke again. Michael Frayn imagines what actually took place when two of the physicists who helped create the atomic bomb met in Copenhagen.


CAST & CREW LIST
Director Maggie McEnerny
Light Designer Elisabeth Cooper
Sound Design Robert Drake
Costume Design Corinna Rezzelle
Stage Manager Jim Walsh
Margrethe Bohn Lorilyn Harper
Bohr Curtis Krick
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