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Art :: Theatre
Michael Frayn's Copenhagen
8:00 PM
Black Box Theater
Copenhagen: a play by Michael Frayn, will open for a limited run at at the MSU Black Box Theater in October. Produced by the Bozeman Actors Theatre, Copenhagen deals with an historic meeting between two prominent physicists: Neils Bohn and Werner Heisenberg, who created the atomic age.

Themes of politics, morality, and the human emotions involved in scientific discovery, earned Copenhagen the Tony award for Best Play in 2000. Considered an "electrifying work of art," by the New York Times, Copenhagen is the first performance of the Bozeman Actors Theatre 2017-18 season. Starring Gordon Carpenter as Niels Bohr; Tonya Andrews as Margrethe Bohr; and Mark Kuntz as Werner Eisenberg. Directed by Dan Erickson.

Copenhagen will be performed Friday, October 13, Saturday, October 14, Friday, October 20, and Saturday, October 21 at 8pm. Tickets ($20 adults) can be purchased at Cactus Records in person, online or by calling 587-0245. MSU students are admitted free of charge with current ID.
Age Group: All Ages
Venue: Black Box Theater
Address: MSU 11th and Grant Bozeman Bozeman, Montana 59715
Phone: (406)-994-2484

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