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‘The Coast of Utopia’ By the Numbers -- New York Magazine

Just how enormous an undertaking is Tom Stoppard’s epic three-evening play about nineteenth-century Russian intellectuals?

"But history has no culmination! There is always as much in front as behind. There is no libretto ... A distant end is not an end but a trap. The end we work for must be closer, the laborer's wage, the pleasure in the work done, the summer lightning of personal happiness." -- "Salvage" from the "Coast of Utopia" (2007), written by Tom Stoppard, starring Brian F. O'Byrne. At the Vivian Beaumont Theater at Lincoln Center.

Salvage - Theater - Review

Life as heavenly spectacle is presented with exuberance in “Salvage,” the concluding play in Tom Stoppard’s “Coast of Utopia” trilogy.

The Coast of Utopia - Incidental Music - Column - New York Times

The Coast of Utopia - Incidental Music - Column

Mark Bennett’s music for “The Coast of Utopia” helps bridge the leaps and bounds in Tom Stoppard’s sprawling trilogy.

The Coast of Utopia - Theater - Report - New York Times

The Coast of Utopia - Theater - Report

Tom Stoppard’s brilliance, while on obvious display in “The Coast of Utopia,” is not serving the playwright’s ostensible goal of creating a satisfactory work of dramatic art.

The full cast of "The Coast of Utopia," including playwright Tom Stoppard, center, in brown coat, and director Jack O'Brien, in glasses.

The Coast of Utopia - Theater - Report

The Coast of Utopia - Theater - Report - New York Times

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Intelligentsia : The New Yorker

Intelligentsia

“Voyage” and “Shipwreck,” from Tom Stoppard’s “The Coast of Utopia”

'The Coast of Utopia' Tony Nominees Talk About Their Long Russian Trek -- New York Magazine  Umm, who did your hair?

'The Coast of Utopia' Tony Nominees Talk About Their Long Russian Trek -- New York Magazine Umm, who did your hair?

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