Rock 'N' Roll at the Duke of York's Theatre

By Tom Stoppard

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Sun 16 Dec 2007
Rock 'N' Roll spans the years from 1968 to 1990 from the double perspective of Prague, where a rock'n'roll band comes to symbolise resistance to the Communist regime, and of Cambridge where the verities of love and death are shaping the lives of three generations in the family of a Marxist philosopher. Recent work by Tom Stoppard includes The Coast of Utopia, The Invention of Love, Arcadia, Hapgood (Aldwych Theatre), The Real Thing (Strand Theatre), Night and Day, Travesties (RSC), Jumpers (National Theatre), After Magritte and The Real Inspector Hound. The first of his plays to be staged was Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. rv. I have never left a new play more convinced that I just witnessed a masterpiece. rn. Daily Telegraph [on Arcadia]


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