Join us for the King’s Theatrical Society’s production of Michael Frayn’s play Copenhagen.
In 1941, amidst a world war and secret nuclear weapons projects, the renowned physicists Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg met in Copenhagen. No one knows precisely what they discussed, but this play explores the possibilities, addressing questions of physics, ethics, and the flawed nature of memory.
Directed by Sadie Quinn, produced by Anna Rak and Stella Seifried, and stage managed by Ronan Giguère; featuring August Van Meekeren, Hal Rotman, and Isabel Shiller.
Performances are December 1-3 at 7:30pm in the Pit. Tickets are available at the door & can be reserved through the link in the King’s Theatrical Society’s Instagram profile. Mask wearing is encouraged.