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    Michael Frayn's "Copenhagen"

    Presented by at The Factory Theatre

    January 6 - January 14, 2012


    Michael Frayn's

    In 1941, German atomic scientist Werner Heisenberg paid a visit to his mentor, Niels Bohr, "the father of modern nuclear physics," in Nazi-occupied Denmark. The subject of their conversation, and its place in scientific, military, and world history, has been debated all the decades since -- did Heisenberg warn Bohr about the German nuclear program, or pry for information about the Allied atomic bomb? Jake Scaltreto directs COPENHAGEN, Frayn's theatrical thought-experiment in quantum uncertainty, wartime morality, and the unreliability of memory, which features Matthew Zahnzinger, Kevin Kordis, and Emily Hecht.

    The Factory Theatre

    791 Tremont St.
    Boston, MA

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    Admission Info:

    $15 when reserved in advance, $20 general admission at the door (cash only)
    $10 student tickets at the door with valid ID only
    January 12th is Pay-What-You-Can Night, $5 suggested minimum donation

    General Day and Time Info:

    8PM on January 6, 7, 12, 13 & 14
    2PM on January 8

    Phone: 1-800-838-3006

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