A drama by Michael Frayn

Directed by Tom Mackan
Produced by Michelle Spanik

A dramatic account of the meeting in Copenhagen, capital of Denmark, in December 1941 between Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg during the Nazi occupation of Denmark and Norway. Both Bohr and Heisenberg were famous physicists. Bohr was half Jewish. Heisenberg had been his young protégé. By the 1930s they had become friends and colleagues. Margrethe Bohr was Bohr’s wife, well-educated, mother to his six children, and his assistant in his professional work.

Winner of 2000 Tony Award: Best Broadway Play
Outer Circle Critics Award: Outstanding Broadway Play
New York Drama Critics’ Award: Best Foreign Play

Production Dates: January 30-31, February 5-6-7-8*-12-13-14 2009
*matinee 2:00 pm

Margrethe Bohr … Ariel Rogers
Niels Bohr … Vincenzo Guerriero
Werner Heisenberg … Brian Melanson