- 001_Introduction.mp3 0:01:13
- 002_Trip to Copenhagen.mp3 0:04:28
- 003_September 1941, Copenhagen.mp3 0:04:28
- 004_Twilight at the Bohrs' House.mp3 0:23:46
- 005_So, They're Walking Again.mp3 0:34:18
- 006_First Time to Copenhagen.mp3 0:04:36
- 007_My way to Leiden.mp3 0:07:39
- 008_Walking Around Faelled Park.mp3 0:11:01
- 009_Afraid to be on the Winning Side.mp3 0:16:19
- 010_Familiar Gravel.mp3 0:14:41
- 011_Credits.mp3 0:01:26
How different would the world have looked had the Nazis been the first to build an atomic bomb? Werner Heisenberg, one of Hitler's lead nuclear scientists, famously and mysteriously met in Copenhagen with his colleague and mentor, Niels Bohr, one of the founders of the Manhattan Project. Michael Frayn's Tony Award-winning drama imagines their reunion. Joined by Niels' wife, Margrethe, these three brilliant minds converge for an encounter of atomic proportions.
An L.A. Theatre Works full-cast performance featuring:
Alfred Molina as Niels Bohr
Shannon Cochran as Margrethe Bohr
David Krumholtz as Werner Heisenberg
Directed by Martin Jarvis. Recorded before a live audience at the James Bridges Theater at UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television in November, 2011.
Copenhagen is part of L.A. Theatre Works’ Relativity Series featuring science-themed plays. Major funding for the Relativity Series is provided by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation to enhance public understanding of science and technology in the modern world.
Featuring: Shannon Cochran, David Krumholtz, Alfred Molina