Tonight and tomorrow night only, you can experience a staged reading of the 2000 Tony Award winner for Best Play: COPENHAGEN. What happened when Werner Heisenberg and Niels Bohr met in Copenhagen in 1941? The two physicists had been friends, but were now on opposite sides of a World War. Playwright Michel Frayn (Noises Off) imagines what may have happened in the mysterious wartime meeting between Bohr, Heisenberg, and Bohr’s wife and muse, Margrethe.
Directed by John Battalino and featuring Michael Siebrass, Debora Schwartz and Nathan Emmons. Get your tickets HERE.
In my blog post on Wednesday, I neglected to mention our very last AFTER HOURS show of the 2014-2015 Season. Shame on me! Back by popular demand, actress and comedian Jill Turnbow will reprise her one-woman-show about entertaining the troops during the Persian Gulf War of 1991. You do NOT want to miss this one. You can read more about the show in an article at Theatermania right HERE. There’s also a review in the LA Times right HERE. And a great piece on the Backstage website HERE. Yep. We’re talking the real deal here. Jill performed a limited run of this show on the Little Theatre stage a few years ago and if you missed that one, do NOT miss this one. Even if you saw that one… see it AGAIN.
Hope to see you at Copenhagen this weekend. Have a good one!
P.S. NO SHAME TONIGHT AT 10:30 PM! BE THERE!