- The AustralianJun 29 07:00 AM
Tom Stoppard, the English-speaking world’s brainiest playwright, says the British have grown too dumb to understand his plays.
- Arts JournalJun 19 04:40 AM
In today’s Wall Street Journal “Sightings” column I discuss Jonathan Pryce’s charge that Tom Stoppard is a snob—and put it in a wider cultural context. Here’s an excerpt.
What's Hot in London: The Ladies Love the Newest Young Tony Winner and Is Funny Girl Crossing the Pond?PlaybillJun 16 09:13 PM
Tom Stoppard : The Invention of a Professor and a Quote In a practice that would be deplored in his original profession as a journalist, playwright Tom Stoppard has admitted that when he wrote a program note for the original 1993 production of Arcadia at the National, he made up the name of a professor and attributed a quote to him in order to back up a point he was trying to make but hadn't ...
- Albany Times UnionJul 02 11:06 PM
Actor Tom Cruise is 53. Jazz musician Pete Fountain is 85. Playwright Tom Stoppard is 78. Actor Michael Cole (TV: "The Mod Squad") is 75. Actress Betty Buckley is 68.
- PlaybillJul 01 02:41 PM
Playwright Lee Hall adapted the work from Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard 's screenplay. Hall will recreate his U.K. staging for Stratford. Following its July 23, 2014, opening in the West End, the stage adaptation was embraced by London critics ( read the reviews here ). It closed in April.
- Hartford CourantJun 18 04:08 PM
Two world premieres, two established works and one adaptation make up the nominations for outstanding production of a play the 2014-15 season by the Connecticut Critics Circle. The awards honoring the best of Connecticut theater will be presented at the group's annual event, hosted by the Yale...
- Hartford CourantJun 18 09:29 AM
With the 2014-15 theater season over and the shows all set for the 2015-16 season, it's a good time to take a look back at the best of what was on Connecticut stages.
- Northern Guardian via Yahoo! New Zealand NewsJun 23 11:52 AM
Carnarvonite Bethwynn Legg stars in British playwright Tom Stoppard’s show The Real Thing at the Stirling Theatre in Perth.
Sir Tom Stoppard admits inventing a quote from a fake professor to go in the programme for one of his most famous playsDaily MailJun 13 07:25 AM
Playwright Sir Tom Stoppard made the surprising admission while speaking at the Althorp Literary Festival this week. He also admitted which book he most often lied about having read.
- The Washington TimesJun 14 02:08 PM
Nearly 50 years after playwright Tom Stoppard's original production of his tragicomedy "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead," Aaron Posner believes he has found a way to attract audiences of all ages to the production he has directed at the District's Folger Shakespeare Theatre. "The play is a riff on the ...
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