Copenhagen at the Black Box
- Friday, October 13, 2017 from 8:00pm to 10:30pm
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Copenhagen by Michael Frayn
(Winner of the Tony Award for Best Play, 2000)
Bozeman Actors Theatre will present Copenhagen at MSU's Black Box Theater on October 13, 14, 20, and 21 at 8 p.m. Considered “an electrifying work of art” by The New York Times, Copenhagen deals with a historic meeting between two prominent physicists responsible for the dawning of the “atomic age.” Themes of politics, morality, and the human side of scientific discovery make Copenhagen a compelling evening at the theater.
Directed by Dan Erickson, this production features Gordon Carpenter as Niels Bohr, Mark Kuntz as Werner Heisenberg, and Tonya Andrews as Margrethe Bohr.
The Bozeman Actors Theatre, in conjunction with the MSU English Department and College of Arts and Architecture, is proud to present a production of Michael Frayn's award-winning play, Copenhagen, at the Black Box Theatre.
Tickets can be purchased through Cactus Records or online by clicking the button below:
Tickets available at Cactus Records; admission for all MSU students free (ticket still required, though). Showtimes are October 13, 14, 20, & 21 @ 8PM.