the Tony Award winning play by Tom
directed by Carin Zakes
7, 8, 14, 15, 21, 22
Stoppard's razor-sharp wit burns with passion in this deeply layered
play about the overwhelming struggle of finding and knowing love.
More than faintly autobiographical, the play's repressed but magnetic
hero, Henry, is a playwright of intellectual prowess who doesn't know
how to write about this thing called love.
Stoppard's most emotionally-charged play exposes two raw and private
souls that become one, despite the distance in their public postures.
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