Tom Stoppard


Friday, December 08, 2006

A 9-hour theatrical trilogy about 19th century Russian intellectuals could probably only be pulled off by Tom Stoppard. The British playwright manages to mix big ideas with wit, wordplay, and slap-stick humor. Kurt spoke with Stoppard about his trilogy The Coast of Utopia, which just made its American debut.


Sir Tom Stoppard

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