Remy Bumppo Theatre Company Presents Tom Stoppard's Night and Day
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The last date listed for Night and Day was Sunday November 14, 2010 / 2:30pm.
Currently at Greenhouse Theater Center:
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Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Paul NRed Velvet
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Maybe I'm suffering from overexpectation, but I was pretty unimpressed. We saw Stoppard's "The Real Thing" some time back and were amazed at how GOOD it was. I was hoping for the same. Press clippings on this show have all been good - but I think I have that one figured out. The main characters are reporters/correspondents so the reviewers (who are part of the press) really liked the show.
Acting was ok. Special note on the younger reporter - this actor was very good - probably the highlight. Everybody else seemed like they were walking through their lines.
Sorry - I'm a big Remy Bumppo fan, but this one didn't do it for me.
Quotes & Highlights
“Could not be more timely in its look at both the media and politics.” —_Chicago Sun-Times _
“So good that it could be transplanted to Broadway exactly as is” —Wall Street Journal
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Written by Tom Stoppard
Directed by James Bohnen
Featuring artistic associates Greg Matthew Anderson, David Darlow, Shawn Douglass, and Linda Gillum
Co-mingling romance and politics, Stoppard’s 1978 play raises always-timely questions about the ever-evolving role of journalism in the world.
“If you’ve got a free press everything is correctable, and without it, everything is concealable.” —Night and Day