Tag Archives: Tom Stoppard

Heroes: You should see it if you like sitcoms, not usual Stoppard fare

My review of the Lantern Theater’s Heroes, a slight French comedy written by Gerald Sibleyras, then translated and adapted by Tom Stoppard). (This production was recently extended through June 16.)  Its a fun play, but I didn’t think about after … Continue reading

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The Curio Theater Does Tom Stoppard

The Curio Theater, on Baltimore and 48th Street in West Philadelphia, is my neighborhood theater. I’ve only seen two plays there, both of them by Tom Stoppard. If you have the time, and the inclination, I’d recommend The Real Inspector … Continue reading

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