September 24, 2011
1941. Occupied Denmark. Two atomic physicists, old friends, meet in Copenhagen. They have important things to talk about, things that would change the world…but what do they really say to one another? For the rest of their lives, they would never agree. In Michael Frayn’s critically-acclaimed play, Werner Heisenberg, the head of the German atomic bomb program, and Neils Bohr, the world’s most revered physicist, meet again after their deaths to replay that meeting and figure out each other, themselves and the nature of reality itself. Starring Jordan Youngmann, Murray Heaton and Gabriela Mrvova, directed by Gabriela Mrvova.
Headless Sullivan Theater, 427 Exchange Street. October 7-8, 14-15 at 7:30pm. Tickets available at Area Records and Music, $7 or call Doug at 585-705-2341.
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