Standard Name: Stoppard, Tom
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|Fictionalization||Augusta Ada Byron||
AAB has appeared as a central character in numerous literary works ranging from Disraeli 's novel Venetia, 1837, to Arthur C. Clarke 's The Ghost from the Grand Banks, 1990. In the world...
|Literary responses||Muriel Spark||
The London theatre critics were scathing, with only two exceptions (though one of these, Harold Hobson , carried a lot of weight). Pamela Hansford Johnson trounced the play on the BBC 's radio programme The...
|Textual Production||Deborah Moggach|
11 April 1967
Tom Stoppard 's first great stage success, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, had its professional debut at the National Theatre in London. A version had been seen at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival of...
Tom Stoppard 's comedyJumpers opened at the Old Vic Theatre in London during the three-year period during which the USA was sending astronauts to the moon.
13 April 1993
Tom Stoppard 's Arcadia, a play whose action is divided between the early nineteenth century and the present day, opened (after previews) at the National Theatre in London.