Sunday, October 04, 2009

Making sure nothing is lost in translation

Special to The Japan Times

"The Coast of Utopia" a 10-hour-long trilogy of plays — comprising "Voyage," "Shipwreck" and "Salvage" — was originally written in 2002 by Tom Stoppard for the National Theatre in London. An award-winning English playwright, Stoppard first shot to fame with "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are dead" in 1966 and was knighted for his accomplishments in 1997. More Here.

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Russian realism: Hiroshi Abe as Alexander Herzen, "the father of Russian Socialism," hands his book "From the Other Shore" to his son Sasha played by Jun Sakaguchi, in "The Coast of Utopia" by Tom Stoppard. ©MASAHIKO YAKOU

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