Could the atom bomb have been avoided?
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 In the photo, Michael Fox Kennedy as Neils Bohr explains his position to a resistant Gregory Lesch.
In the photo, Michael Fox Kennedy as Neils Bohr explains his position to a resistant Gregory Lesch.
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WEST CHESTERFIELD, NH- In the photo above, Michael Fox Kennedy as Neils Bohr explains his position to a resistant Gregory Lesch acting as Werner Heisenberg in this rehearsal moment from Michael Frayn’s award-winning “Copenhagen,” opening on August 28 for four weeks at the Actors Theatre Playhouse.

All performances begin at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $12 on Thursdays and $15 on Fridays and Saturdays. Reservations are highly recommended. The Playhouse box office can be reached at (877)666-1855or online at ATPlayhouse.org.
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