Tom Stoppard

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Noun1.Tom Stoppard - British dramatist (born in Czechoslovakia in 1937)
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Tom Stoppard, a critically acclaimed playwright and a well-known artist in his own right has been known to make this statement in his youth when he was still creating a name for himself.
QUESTION 9 Gary star of the film version of Tom Stoppard's Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead.
"The one thing that 'The Real Inspector Hound' isn't about, as far as I'm concerned, is theater critics," said playwright Tom Stoppard, whose quote comes from a 1994 compilation titled "Tom Stoppard in Conversation."
Somebody sat on it, I think, at a garden party The Queen describing a tree that looked to be in poor shape You feel slightly sheepish because of all your peers but you get over that in about half a second Playwright Sir Tom Stoppard on receiving a new award Jeremy Corbyn doesn't believe in leaders.
Guests include Nick Mason, Tony Banks, Roger Taylor, Johnny Marr, Ore Oduba, Jade Jagger, Edith Bowman, Bob Geldof, Graham Coxon, Tom Stoppard and Kate Moss.
Tom Stoppard's Plays: Patterns of Plenitude and Parsimony
Daniel Radcliffe is returning to the London stage in a 50th-anniversary production of Tom Stoppard's verbally dazzling 'Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead.'
Adapted by Tom Stoppard from Leo Tolstoy's 1877 novel of the same name.
Adapted by Tom Stoppard from Leo Tolstoy's 1877 novel of the same name, the film depicts the tragedy of Russian aristocrat and socialite Anna Karenina, wife of senior statesman Alexei Karenin, and her affair with the affluent officer Count Vronsky which leads to her ultimate demise.
Czech-born British playwright Tom Stoppard -- who you may know from the play Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead -- has written a new play currently being staged at the National Theatre until the end of the month.
NEW YORK -- Playwright Tom Stoppard said he will accept PEN's highest award next month in New York to help put a spotlight on a "frightening time'' for free expression.