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Copenhagen

Two renowned scientists, Niels Bohr (Danish), his wife Margrethe, and Werner Heisenberg (German), once collaborators and friends, meet in 1941, when the world is at war. The play gives us an imagined picture of this encounter, treating us to a fascinating discourse on human relationships, memories, personal convictions, and on the fate of the world in the atomic age.

Winner of Tony Award for Best Play (2000)

“…Who would have thought [that] three…long-winded people [going on] about atomic physics would be such electrifying [company?]…The result is the most invigorating and ingenious play of ideas in many a year…”
Ben Brantley, The New York Times

Talk Back with the Director and Cast on Friday,June 14

by Michael Frayn
Directed by David Flagg

June 7, 8, 9, 13, 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23 2019

The Cast

Niels Bohr

Joe Herman

Werner Heisenberg

John Barker

Margrethe Bohr

Susan Blair

Show Times


Note: Online ticket sales for each performance end 90 minutes before curtain.

FRIDAY, Jun. 7
8:00 PM
Thu/Fri. Special: 2-for-$32 (Online purchases only)

SATURDAY, Jun. 8
8:00 PM

SUNDAY, Jun. 9
2:00 PM

THURSDAY, Jun. 13
8:00 PM
Thu/Fri. Special: 2-for-$32 (Online purchases only)

FRIDAY, Jun. 14
8:00 PM
Thu/Fri. Special: 2-for-$32 (Online purchases only)

SATURDAY, Jun. 15
8:00 PM

SUNDAY, Jun. 16
2:00 PM

THURSDAY, Jun. 20
8:00 PM
Thu/Fri. Special: 2-for-$32 (Online purchases only)

FRIDAY, Jun. 21
8:00 PM
Thu/Fri. Special: 2-for-$32 (Online purchases only)

SATURDAY, Jun. 22
8:00 PM

SUNDAY, Jun. 23
2:00 PM

Subscriptions/Tickets

2019-20 Subscriptions are $75 and are Now Available!

2018-2019 Single Ticket Pricing

Single Tickets *Online $21
Single Tickets At Door $25
Thurs. & Fri. ONLY
*Online 2 for $32
At Door 2 for $35
Students with ID at door $15
Seniors 65+ at door $22
Group of 15 or more $15
(pre-paid 2 weeks prior)

* Service charge included in all online orders

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About

Stagecrafters currently stages five theatrical productions per season, which encompass a wide range of styles, from classics to edgy contemporary fare.


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