Sunday, March 16, 2014
Review of Copenhagen performed by students at Kings College London
Who would have thought you could do so much with such a minimal set (though a rather good room for it with appropriate fittings and fixtures) and three actors?
And why isn't Michael Frayn as recognised as he ought to be? The way that this play addresses both the scientific and the moral issues is little short of genius. The fact that the answers to the latter aren't cut and dried, as they would be in Howard Brenton or David Hare, just adds to the brilliance.
It is still on for one more night - tonight (16th March). Go and see it if you can.