Guest play by GLiMT
The world holds more than what we can see and feel. Niels Bohr revolutionised modern science when his theory claimed that physics describes the world in terms we can not yet imagine. The truth may seem contradictory and the paradox is only a starting point for new discoveries.
In 2022 it is 100 years ago Nield Bohr received his Nobel Prize. On that occasion GliMT Amager will portray this iconic person in a magnificent multidisciplinary performance that challenges the laws of physics and – like Bohr – brings back the wonder of how we see the world.
From 14 years
Duration 70 min.
Let learning reach a new level with a theatre experience, that can be integrated into the classroom with a well planned and coordinated workshop course at your school.
|Staging||Lars Lindegaard Gregersen|
|Cast||Mo Chara, Elise Bjerkelund Reine, Margherita Mischitelli, Jakob Schnack Krog|
|Lighting design||Michael Breiner|
|Video design||Søren Knud|
|Costume design||Camilla Sarrazin|
Christian Joas (leader at Niels Bohr Arkivet), Rob Sunderland (archives at Niels Bohr Arkivet), Nils Overgaard Andersen (physicist and professor at Niels Bohr Institutet), Anja C. Andersen (professor at Niels Bohr Instituttet)