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.
Peter Ackroyd's The Last Testament of Oscar Wilde, Terry Eagleton's Saint Oscar, Mark Ravenhill's Handbag, or The Importance of Being Someone, Joe Orton's What the Butler Saw, and Tom Stoppard's Travesties and The Invention of Love are some examples that reflect "the two basic modes of intertextual dialogue with the cultural icon.
? Arcadia, March 23-28, New Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham, 0844 871 3011, www.atgtickets.com/birmingham This is an exciting new production of Tom Stoppard's acclaimed play, first premiered at the National Theatre.
Tom Stoppard is perhaps the most challenging and most successful West End/ Broadway playwright of the last fifty years, engaging audiences and exciting critical responses with a range of plays, including Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, Jumpers, Travesties, Indian Ink, Hapgood, Arcadia, Invention of Love, Coast of Utopia, and Rock'n'Roll.
Tom Stoppard has adapted the screenplay for the film, which is being produced by Ruby Films' Alison Owen, from Deborah Moggach's romance novel of the same name.
Ed, son of playwright Tom Stoppard and author and agony aunt Dr Miriam Stoppard, has been cast as the Merseybeat mentor for the series, which charts the singer's career rise over a decade.
Zwick liked the idea but not the screenplay so hired celebrated British playwright Tom Stoppard to improve it.
They split in 1990 and she had an affair with playwright Tom Stoppard before reconciling with Michael.
SIR Tom Stoppard's latest radio play will mark the 40th anniversary of Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of the Moon.
Writers including Stephen Fry, Tom Stoppard and Sir Salman Rushdie have condemned their actions as "reckless".
Jernigan (English, Nanyang Technological U., Singapore) argues that Tom Stoppard's career as a dramatist has been defined by bucking postmodernism.
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.
Tom Stoppard's 1993 play Arcadia, revived on Broadway in March, engages the intellect more than most contemporary drama.
The auditions are open to any actors wishing to be considered for fall productions of Tom Stoppard's "The Real Thing" and Samuel Beckett's "Endgame."
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