Saturday May 19, 2012 08:00 PM EDT
From the venue:Toward the end of WWII, two of the worlds top physicists met in Copenhagen. The details of their meeting have never been revealed and the two never spoke to each other again. Michael Frayn presents his own ideas of the event in the Tony Award winning play Copenhagen. What could drive close friends to never speak again? What if the Axis powers had split the atom? What is more important: friendship or loyalty to ones country?