Rock 'n' Roll
Tom Stoppard's provocative new play spans the recent history of Czechoslavakia between the Prague Spring and the Velvet Revolution- but from the double perspective of Prague, where a rock 'n' roll band came to symbolize resistance to the regime, and the British left, represented by a Communist philosopher at Cambridge.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - pzmiller - LibraryThing
Stoppard but not as good as many of his other plays. This play is based on historical events. (Remember that Tom Stoppard was born in Czechoslovakia.) Read full review
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