- Seattle TimesAug 08 12:12 AM
Leading British playwright Tom Stoppard’s “Indian Ink” gets its Seattle premiere from Sound Theatre Company, at Center Theatre, Aug. 13-30.
- Arts JournalAug 12 04:24 AM
Tom Stoppard describes how he starts to write a play. This is an excerpt from an episode of Theater Talk originally telecast on February 8, 2008: (This is the latest in a series of arts-related videos that appear in this space each Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.)
- Seattle TimesAug 20 01:33 PM
A review of Tom Stoppard’s play “Indian Ink,” copresented by Sound Theatre Company and Pratidhwani at Center Theatre.
- WBTV CharlotteAug 14 08:55 AM
Thalian Association has debuted its final show of the summer season, a play by Tom Stoppard called The Real Thing .
- Arts JournalAug 11 04:24 AM
“There is presumably a calendar date—a moment —when the onus of proof passed from the atheist to the believer, when, quite suddenly, secretly, the noes had it.”
- Arts JournalAug 13 04:09 AM
“Oh, you’re going to zap me with penicillin and pesticides. Spare me that and I’ll spare you the bomb and aerosols. But don’t confuse progress with perfectibility.”
- The Huffington PostAug 18 01:21 PM
Tom Stoppard's India Ink -- the latest co-production of Sound Theatre Company and Pratidhwani -- is a complicated multigenerational story of love and cultural change set in both colonial India and modern day England. It takes the audience on a roller coaster ride with characters bouncing between times and places, which can be a bit confusing. Still, the entire production is dominated by a poetic...
- Arts JournalAug 17 04:09 AM
“I repeat—how can the artist justify himself? The answer is that he cannot, and should stop boring himself with his egocentric need to try. The artist is a lucky dog. That is all there is to say about him.
- Arts JournalAug 12 04:09 AM
“The National Gallery is a monument to irrationality! Every concert hall is a monument to irrationality!—and so is a nicely kept garden, or a lover’s favour, or a home for stray dogs!
Durang and Stoppard Lampoon Absurdities in the Theater World In Princeton Summer Theater Staging of Two Hilarious One ...Princeton Town TopicsJul 29 05:45 AM
Princeton Summer Theater’s double bill of one-acts, The Actor’s Nightmare (1981) by Christopher Durang and The Real Inspector Hound (1968) by Tom Stoppard, is an insider’s delight with both plays set in a theater, both plays about plays, performances and actors (and, in the latter case, critics too).
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