Tom Stoppard

Tom Stoppard's Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead (2019), Rock 'N' Roll (2008), The Real Thing (2005),  Arcadia (1996)Undiscovered Country (1993)Travesties (1991), Jumpers (1987)On the Razzle (1984), and Night and Day (1982) have been produced at the Huntington. He has worked as a freelance journalist while writing radio plays, and as a novelist (Lord Malquist and Mr. Moon). The first of his plays to be staged in England, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead,  was awarded the 1968 Tony Award for Best Play. His subsequent plays include The Real Inspector Hound, After Magritte, Jumpers, Travesties (Tony Award), Every Good Boy Deserves Favour (with André Previn), Night and Day, The Real Thing (Tony Award), Hapgood, Arcadia (Oliver Award, New York Drama Critics' Circle Award, and Tony Award nomination), Indian Ink, The Invention of Love, Rock 'n' Roll, and The Hard Problem. The 2006 American premiere of Mr. Stoppard's trilogy, The Coast of Utopia, at Lincoln Center Theater won seven Tony Awards. His latest play, Leopoldstadt, will premiere in the West End in 2020. Mr. Stoppard's translations and adaptations include Lorca's House of Bernarda Alba, Schnitzler's Undiscovered Country and Dalliance, Nestroy's On the Razzle, Václav Havel's Largo Desolato, Rough Crossing (based on Ferenc Molnàr's Play in the Castle), and Gérald Sibleyras' Heroes. He has written screenplays for Despair, The Romantic Englishwoman, The Human Factor, Brazil (co-author), Empire of the Sun, The Russia House, Billy Bathgate, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (which he also directed and which won the Prix d'Or for Best Film at the 1990 Venice Film Festival), Shakespeare in Love (Golden Globe Award and Academy Award, with co-author Marc Norman), and Enigma.

(As of October 2019)

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