PHOTO RECALL: Copenhagen Takes NYC and Tony

By Ernio Hernandez
December 24, 2000

Michael Frayn, known for his backstage farce, Noises Off turned to drama and took home the Tony for Best Play.

This politically undertoned play set in a postmortem void, theorizes about the possible ramifications of a mysterious meeting between two famous physicists during World War II. The show, which plays at the Royale Theatre, recently announced that it will close on Jan. 21.



Michael Frayn, known for his backstage farce, Noises Off turned to drama and took home the Tony for Best Play.

This politically undertoned play set in a postmortem void, theorizes about the possible ramifications of a mysterious meeting between two famous physicists during World War II. The show, which plays at the Royale Theatre, recently announced that it will close on Jan. 21.