A Tony award winning play, written by Michael Frayn, Copenhgen sees Heisenberg and the Bohrs reenact their crucial and enigmatic 1941 meeting. We are shown each of their perspectives in an attempt to understand the motives and intentions of one another. They discuss not only the peaceful uses of nuclear power, but also the uncertain possibility and fearsome implications of creating a nuclear weapon. Like subatomic particles, each of them is governed by forces beyond their ability to resist, but any attempts to change their own course must have unforeseen and uncertain consequences.
Content Warnings: Copenhagen is recommended for ages 12 and older.
Written by: Michael Frayn
Directed by: Martin Stout
Starring: Donna Call (Margrethe Bohr), Bob Klakowich (Niels Bohr) and Kendrick Sims (Werner Heisenberg)
Evenings: March 9-12; 16-19 at 8PM
Matinée: March 13 at 2PM
No performances March 14, 15. Ticket quantities are limited! Doors open fifteen minutes before listed showtime.
All Tickets: $26.50
No physical or electronic tickets will be provided. You will need to provide your order confirmation at the door.
The Walterdale Theatre are implementing the Restrictions Exemption Program, meaning proof of vaccination, or a negative rapid test taken within 72 hours will be required at the door for all patrons aged 12 years and older no exceptions. There will also be various safety protocols in place and must be respected for the duration of the performance.