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The time is 1941. The place is Nazi-occupied Denmark. Niels Bohr and his friend and protégé Werner Heisenberg, Germany’s leading scientist, are on opposite sides of the direst conflict of the 20th century. Copenhagen is the explosive reimagining of that mysterious meeting, long shrouded in secrecy and speculation. Did they discuss atomic theory, political differences, moral responsibility – or was it more personal?

Lantern Theater Company presents this production of Michael Frayn’s play at St. Stephen’s Theater, directed by Dugald MacArthur.

On Saturday, Feb 28, there is only a matinee at 2pm with no performance in the evening. There are additional performances on Sunday, Feb 15 and Feb 22 at 7pm.

Show Details

Dates: Opening Night: February 4, 2004 Final Performance: February 29, 2004

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