l-r: Bob Malos, Michael Jurenek, Muriel Bonertz. Photo courtesy Workhouse Theatre Co.
On paper, Copenhagen is a tough sell: raise your hand if you want to sit on a folding chair for two and a half hours watching three middle-aged white people arguing about morality, politics, and physics. But then, these aren't just any middle-aged white people: they're the people who, playwright Michael Frayn argues, virtually held the fate of the world in their hands in the 1940s. THE FATE OF THE WORLD. Sold now? Maybe? This may be the point at which I should let you know that the venue doesn't sell popcorn.MORE »