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London 


Copenhagen was first previewed at the Cottesloe Theatre, Royal National Theatre, London, on May 21, 1998, and opened on May 28, 1998, with the following cast:
 
MARGRETHE   Sara Kestelman
BOHR   David Burke
HEISENBERG   Matthew Marsh
 
Directed by Michael Blakemore
Designed by Peter J. Davison
Lighting by Mark Henderson
Sound by Simon Baker
 
This production moved to the Duchess Theatre, London where it was presented by Michael Codron and Lee Dean, and opened on February 5, 1999.
 


New York 


Copenhagen previewed at the Royal Theatre, New York, on March 23, 2000, and opened on April 11, 2000, with the following cast:
 
MARGRETHE   Blair Brown
BOHR   Philip Bosco
HEISENBERG   Michael Cumpsty
 
Directed by Michael Blakemore
Designed by Peter J. Davison
Lighting by Mark Henderson and Michael Lincoln
Sound by Tony Meola
 


Tony Awards 


Copenhagen won the following 2000 Tony Awards:
 
Actress (Featured Role - Play) - Blair Brown
 
Play - Copenhagen by Michael Frayn. Produced by Michael Codron, Lee Dean, The Royal National Theatre, James M. Nederlander, Roger Berlind, Scott Rudin, Elizabeth I. McCann, Ray Larson, Jon B. Platt, Byron Goldman, Scott Nederlander
 
Director (Play) - Michael Blakemore
 

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