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Voyage (Coast of Utopia Part I) - Full Length Play, Drama

Voyage (Coast of Utopia Part I)

Tom Stoppard

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Full Length Play, Drama

18m, 12f

ISBN: 9780802143402

Winner! 2007 Tony® Award for Best Play

"Exquisite theatre. One is treated to a utopian journey of theatrical delights in these marvelous plays." - londontheatre.com

"Beautiful...The meanings cohere as you watch, not as narrative b…

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The Coast of Utopia: A Trilogy: Voyage/Shipwreck/Salvage

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Full Length Play

Drama

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Winner! 2007 Tony® Award for Best Play
This epic trilogy of sequential but self-contained plays vividly portrays a group of Russian intellectuals as they evolve from philosophers into revolutionaries against the backdrop of Tsarist Russia and European upheaval. Beginning in 1833, Voyage takes up the story of future anarchist Michael Barkunin. He and his sisters, like many young upper class Russians of their generation, are enthralled by romantic idealism and German utopian philosophy. Leaving behind the passions and conflagrations of family life at the age of 26, Michael sails for Germany. His new friend Alexander Herzen, the first self-proclaimed socialist in Russian history, waves him goodbye.
"Exquisite theatre. One is treated to a utopian journey of theatrical delights in these marvelous plays." - londontheatre.com

"Beautiful...The meanings cohere as you watch, not as narrative but as poetry, and keep growing in recollection."-Financial Times

"Contains passages of breathtaking beauty." - Guardian

"Nothing of such intellectual ambition, such daring or epic scope has marked the National Theatre's history as this brainstorming trilogy." - Evening Standard

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18m, 12f

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Tom Stoppard

Tom Stoppard

Sir Tom Stoppard is a Czech-born playwright. He began his career in England in 1954 as a journalist, soon moving to London in 1960 to start work as a playwright. His first play, A Walk on the Water (1960), which was televised in 1963, soon reached London with a stage version titled Enter a Free Man (1968). His next work, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (1964-65), showed at the 1966 Edinburgh ... view full profile

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