Monday, February 26, 2007

Stoppard Odds and Ends

In The Telegraph, Dominic Cavendish reviews "Arcadia" and wonders whether Stoppard is the heir to Terence Rattigan.

In his NYTBR essay on Alexander Herzen, Edward Rothstein views "The Coast of Utopia" as a Tolstoyan "loose, baggy monster."

Michael Bracken at metro new york continues to be disappointed in "The Coast of Utopia," saying that the trilogy "ends on a rocky note."

Continuing the shipwreck metaphor, Toby Zinman of the Philadelphia Inquirer says the "finale runs aground."

The Oregon Shakespeare Festival production of "On the Razzle" get a positive review from a local blogger. Hurrah!

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