Judith Lautner (judith) wrote,
Judith Lautner
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Copenhagen

It's good that I reached 42,000 words before I went to a play tonight, with Dwain. It was in Santa Maria, about 35 miles from here, and it started at eight, and it lasted until 10:40. Three actors, millions of words, and I really liked it. But I'm tired. The play was Copenhagen, a play that speculates on a conversation between Niels Bohr and his protege Werner Heisenberg that takes place in Copenhagen during WWII - while Denmark was under German occupation and Heisenberg was working in Germany. Terrific writing, amazingly fascinating story that is intimately involved with physics, and really good acting. I am really glad I went.And I am glad I got the words in ahead of time!
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