Rockroll 060909
4.2 / 5 Rated by 16 members
Review from Rudi Schreiber

I enjoyed the play, but . . . My wife and I try to take our pre-teen son to theatre as much as possible. I was not aware of what language would be used in the play, specifically that it includes language that is not appropriate for pre-teens. ...continued

reviewed Jun 10 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from Alex Gruhin

Brilliant acting in a heady, philosophical piece that is not inaccessible but certainly requires one's absolute attention over the course of the evening in order to be appraciated. Ted van Griethuysen is Washington's finest actor and he offers an...continued

reviewed Jun 19 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from Karen

Generally well done. Some actors better than others, and some could have enunciated more clearly, especially given the intellectual density and verbal acrobatics of this (and all) Stoppard plays. Would not have hurt to have read this play in...continued

reviewed Jun 19 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from Goldstar Member

my husband and i thoroughly enjoyed this play--first the choice of the smaller theatre at studio so that attendees would be able to concentrate on the dialog. stoppard is brilliant--i have seen several of his plays and have always appreciated...continued

reviewed Jun 21 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from Alisa Mandel

I was mildly disappointed, to say the least
Unsophisticated audience will put rave review, especially triggered by the Washington Post, which characterized by adulation of the titles. I am assured that the theatre acting style of 1960 1970 (...continued

reviewed Jun 28 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from Edie

If you like Tom Stoppard's works you'll like this. It's not his very best, but it's right up there. If you remember the Czche Spring and its Velvet Revolution, you'll appreciate Stoppard's take on what really happened. The acting was mixed, but...continued

reviewed Jun 26 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from Edward Nelson

Very well written, acted and directed. Very intellectual, but works on all levels. The actor who played Jan was particularly impressive. Great theater space.

reviewed Jun 10 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from willisjw

This was a great show full of all the intellectually probing queries and face paced humor that make Stoppard such a singular playwright. Highly recommended.

reviewed Jun 28 2009 report as inappropriate