Copenhagen


(L-R clockwise) Mary Lewis, Charlie Tomlinson and Bryan Hennessey of C2C were kind enough to humour me with some photos just before a rehearsal. The background contains part of a facsimile of a letter written by Danish physicist Niels Bohr to German physicist Werner Heisenberg regarding their meeting in 1941 – the subject of the play. A transcription and translation of the letter is available at www.nba.nbi.dk. Cover design by Elling Lien.

2 comments

Why does the city use red Tuck Tape on the poster pole wraps?

If it’s supposed to make poster poles look nice it isn’t working. The red tape is really ugly. Why don’t they use clear tape???? Asked by stickymcgee

22 September 2010

  1. Mike · September 22, 2010

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  2. Elling · September 22, 2010

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