Tag Archives: Tom Stoppard

Night and Day

“An unabashed paean to the fourth estate, or at least the Fleet Street branch, and those knights-errant who rode out on crusades to far-flung…


Tom Stoppard’s thrilling comic espionage story of a female British spymaster, examining motherhood, quantum mechanics, and the dualities of personality and perception

The Seagull

“A play that might have been written a hundred days instead of a hundred years ago.” —New York Times

The Real Thing

Tom Stoppard’s Tony Award-winning play about marriage, infidelity, and the boundaries of fact and fiction.

Indian Ink

Tom Stoppard’s powerfully evocative exploration of filial and colonial ties, love and loss, and the passage of time.


“A Dickensian portrait of the fractious émigré community.” —Michael Billington, Guardian (UK)

Rock ‘n’ Roll

“Stoppard’s exciting new play of immutable passions and mutable politics, Rock ‘n’ Roll . . . is so flush with feeling that it never…