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The Area Premiere of Michael Frayn's Tony Award-winning "Copenhagen" will take place at the Manatee Performing Arts Center in Bradenton, FL, from July 9th through the 19th. This is a short trailer about the central theme of the play: In 1941, the scientists Neils Bohr and Werner Heisenberg had a clandestine conversation that determined whether Hitler would achieve nuclear power before the Allies. Now, in an "atomic afterlife," their ghosts try to make peace with the difficult choices they were forced to make. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 7pm Sunday at 2pm Tickets: $22, $11 for students with valid IDs Directed by Heiko Knipfelberg Starring: Caroline Cox, Dylan Jones, and David Yamin For tickets, visit www.manateeperformingartscenter.com and for more info visit www.littlegreyhatpro...
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official trailer for Copenhagen
The year is 1941 and Europe is shrouded in war. In September of that year, German physicist Werner Heisenberg visits his friend and mentor, Danish physicist Niels Bohr. But what happened at that meeting became a subject of historical debate. Copenhagen by Michael Frayn delves into the events of that night, when two of the greatest minds of the 20th century tackled the pressing issue of Nuclear weaponry. Performed in Fall, 2007 at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, NY.
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Playwright and novelist Michael Frayn discusses his most famous work in conversation with the Director of the Science Museum. Michael Frayn has a long-held interest in philosophy and the sciences, notably in his book The Human Touch: Our Part in the Creation of the Universe. However, he is best known for his Tony-award winning play, which was staged at the National Theatre in London and later on Broadway in New York. The play examines the uncertainties surrounding the 1941 meeting between two Nobel prize winning physicists in German-occupied Copenhagen at the height of World War II. More information about the talk can be found here: http://blog.sciencemuseum.org.uk/insight/2014/06/17/copenhagen-at-the-nexus-of-drama-science-and-history/
Back in July of this year I went to Copenhagen with Mike, and it was dooope! I already edited this back then but I only just now got the time to export it and stuff..thought it would be a good way to close this awesome year by sharing it with you:) These are just a few of the moments as I obviously didn’t bring my camera everywhere. It is just a fun little video rather than anything serious! An awesome time to look back on for sure. https://www.youtube.com/user/oliversogard https://www.youtube.com/user/wwwtobiaslevincom https://www.youtube.com/user/MikiieeJ Song list: Kelvin Jones - Call You Home (MÖWE Bootleg) Teemong - Where Will We Go SoulChef - Say Something
"Copenhagen" examines what may have happened when two of the world's foremost physicists met in the dark hours of World War II. The play is presented by McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society as part of their "Ethics & War" events series, in collaboration with Stanford Summer Theater and Stanford Drama. Stanford University: http://www.stanford.edu/ Stanford News: http://news.stanford.edu/ Stanford University Channel on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/stanford
Hare Krishna, Here is the Drama performed in Copenhagen Hare Krishna ISKCON temple on 31-DEC-2011. It's on real life incident happened many years ago in ISKCON. Participants Rajeev Prabhuji, Ruchita Mataji, Priyanka Mataji, Pursushottam das Prabhuji Chaitanya Chandra Prabhuji Vipul prabhuji
Bill rehearsing for a concert with Monica Zetterlund swedish singer, and Alex Riel danish drummer in Copenhagen, Denmark. 1966 Oct. 25 Personnel: Bill Evans (p) Eddie Gómez (b) Alex Riel (dr) Video is from Alex Riel's private achive. All rights reserved to Alex Riel and the Danish Broadcasting Corporation
Meet HBO's VP of Original programming, David Levine. Session at Copenhagen TV Festival 2012. True Blood", "Game of Thrones" and "Boardwalk Empire" are a few of the HBO-series which have won worldwide audiences in recent years. David Levine oversees "True Blood" and works on "Game of Thrones". In this session, David Levine explains how an idea can turn into an HBO drama and how he works with the creatives. David Levine is being interviewed by Keld Reinicke, head of programming, TV 2.
Fans from HBO's hit show “Game of Thrones” know him as Renly Baratheon. But now, English actor Gethin Anthony is getting rave reviews for his performance in the new independent coming-of-age film “Copenhagen.” Gethin stopped by Studio 11 LA and talked with Christine Devine and Jeff Michael about the movie, his life post-“Thrones” and more. FULL INTERVIEW HERE: http://www.myfoxla.com/story/26719972/gethin-anthony-from-game-of-thrones “Copenhagen” is now playing in select theaters and on all On Demand platforms, including iTunes and Amazon. You can follow Gethin on Twitter | @Gethin_Anthony