In 1941, German physicist Werner Heisenberg went to Copenhagen to visit his Danishmentor, Niels Bohr. Together they had revolutionized atomic physics, but now they were on opposite sides of a world war. Copenhagen is an explosive re-imagining of a private conversation between these two Nobel laureates in which they discuss the nature of existence, physics, and the atomic bomb. This Tony Award-winning play is an exploration of why we do what we do, and the roles Bohr and Heisenberg inadvertently played in shaping our post-World War II world.
by Michael Frayndirected by Bryan Bevellfeaturing Muriel Bonertz, Michael Jurenek, and Bob MalosApril 27th through May 13thAll Performances at:The Warren - An Artist Habitat 4400 Osseo Road, Minneapolis, MN 55412612.216.1583