On October 7th, 2011, Geneva, NY's Headless Sullivan Theater opened its production of Michael Frayn’s critically-acclaimed play, "Copenhagen." Clearly, the stars were aligned as this was the 126th birthday of one of the play's main characters, Niels Bohr (though the cast and crew didn't find out this tidbit until the day of the first dress rehearsal).
This marked Shrimps' first foray into the orchestra pit. Pianist Lisa Gibson joined them for this project, performing sections from Beethoven's "Sonata in G Major; Opus 49, No.2," which were then heavily processed, mangled and reinterpreted by B.Leo and J. Calabrese.
The production starred Jordan Youngmann as Werner Heisenberg, Murray Heaton as Niels Bohr and Gabriela Mrvova as Margrethe Bohr. It was directed by Gabriela Mrvova and produced by Doug Reilly.
Note: "Copenhagen" by Scott Walker was omitted from this version of "Intermission" for obvious legal reasons, but was played each night in the theater.