"T" Is For Tom: Stoppard's Radio Works

Monday, March 28, 2011

Tom Stoppard, one of the most celebrated dramatists of his time, cut his dramatic teeth on radio dramas at the BBC.  The Jerome L. Greene Performance Space at WNYC and WQXR in collaboration with the Yorinks Theater Group presented his radio dramas as part of “T” Is for Tom, a cycle of rare early works by England’s most intellectually nimble playwright.

 

Listen to the 2010-2011 series from The Greene Space including "On Dover Beach," "Artist Descending A Staircase," "Albert's Bridge," "Where Are They Now?," "The Dog It Was That Died," and "In The Native State."

 

 



On Dover Beach

 

Artist Descending A Staircase

 

Albert's Bridge

 

Where Are They Now?

 

The Dog It Was That Died

 

In The Native State part 1 of 2

 

 

In The Native State part 2 of 2

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