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  • Rosemary Harris to star in Stoppard's 'Indian Ink'

    Rosemary Harris has been lured back onto a New York stage for the upcoming revival of Tom Stoppard's "Indian Ink."

  • This image released by The Acting Company shows Grant Fletcher Prewitt and Ian Gould in "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead." The tells the absurdist story of the Danish Prince's childhood friends, who are sent to spy on Hamlet and end up as confused courtiers navigating the shark-infested waters of the royal court. (AP Photo/The Acting Company, Michael Lamont)

    'Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead'

    Playwright Tom Stoppard's first big hit starred two unlikely heroes - a pair of insignificant characters lifted from "Hamlet."

  • Stoppard and Margulies plays Broadway-bound

    Two celebrated stage works about marriages in crisis by Tom Stoppard and Donald Margulies are heading to Broadway.

  • 'Parade's End' keeps British TV invasion going

    Tom Stoppard is sitting on the patio of a Sunset Boulevard hotel, bathed in California winter sunshine, framed by bamboo landscaping and looking very much out of his element in Hollywood.

  • MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Anna Karenina’

    "Anna Karenina" is that rare film adaptation that stands on its own as a vital work of art, and not merely a retelling of a canonical tale. A bold, inventive reimagining of the Tolstoy novel, director Joe Wright's new film still manages to stay remarkably true to the emotional and lyrical core of its classic source.

  • Tom Stoppard's 'Arcadia' returns to Broadway

    Billy Crudup (KROO'-dup), Margaret Colin and Raul Esparza will star in a new Broadway staging of Tom Stoppard's "Arcadia" next year.

  • Julie White called the Tony voters a bunch of wacky, crazy kids after her role in The Little Dog Laughed won the best actress in a play award at Radio City Music Hall.

    'Spring,' 'Utopia' take top Tonys

    NEW YORK (AP) — "Spring Awakening," a pounding post-rock musical of teenage sexual anxiety, and Tom Stoppard's "The Coast of Utopia," a sprawling tale of 19th-century Russian intellectuals, dominated the 2007 Tony Awards last night.

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