Tom Stoppard


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British dramatist (born in Czechoslovakia in 1937)

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Screening of a performance of the play by Tom Stoppard as performed at the National Theatre.
The book is a welcome addition to Stoppard scholarship and a solid entry in the debate on just how to pin down the theater of Tom Stoppard.
Lee Hall, then, has followed in the footsteps of Sir Tom Stoppard (who was once married to Newcastle-born doctor, writer and broadcaster Miriam Stoppard).
A letter signed by authors including Stephen Fry, Sir Salman Rushdie, Ian McEwan and Tom Stoppard, said: "The Defamation Bill is not a suitable vehicle for the wider proposals of press regula-a tion - as Lord Justice Leveson himself noted, libel did not form part of his terms of reference.
BIRTHDAYS: Sir Tom Stoppard, playwright, 75; Susan Penhaligon, actress, 63; Sian Lloyd (pictured), weather presenter, 54; Vince Clarke, pop musician, 52; Tom Cruise, actor, 50.
On the whole I would prefer to be killed by a bookcase" Playwright Sir Tom Stoppard, above considering various ways of dying "You could say that his lack of support is good for me" Ed Balls, a candidate for the Labour leadership, on Tony Blair "We inherited nothing short of a car crash" David Cameron and Nick Clegg in a joint article on the state of the economy at the general election
Film director Ken Russell, 83, playwright Tom Stoppard, 73, TV presenter Sian Lloyd 52, Yazoo songwriter Vince Clarke, 50, actor Tom Cruise, 48, actor Tom Gibson, 48, Boyzone member Shane Lynch, 34.
FEl escritor ingles Tom Stoppard declaro que los artistas e intelectuales se creen mas poderos e importantes de lo que son.
09 should have stated that there are five, rather than three, total recipients of the Praemium Imperiale Award, among which Tom Stoppard was honored in the theatre/film category.
Veteran actor and film director Lord Attenborough, comedy writer and anti-poverty campaigner Richard Curtis, playwright Sir Tom Stoppard and Beatles producer Sir George Martin headed the cast of entertainment personalities.
The other authors included Margaret Atwood, Sebastian Faulks, Nick Hornby, Tom Stoppard and Irvine Welsh.
Tom Stoppard was more pessimistic when he wrote: "Life is a gamble at terrible odds; if it was a bet you wouldn't take it" - Rosencrantz And Guildenstern Are Dead.
Maybe Ed should have asked his dad, writer Tom Stoppard, for help with his lines.
Dense and epigrammatic, the play turns overly schematic at times, dictating the audience's responses in a way that Tom Stoppard or David Hare would disdain.