Rosemary Harris, Romola Garai give life to verbose ?Indian Ink?
Nobody likes a showoff. But if the showoff is Tom Stoppard, whose erudite, formally clever plays have been acclaimed for decades, there?s an exception. You don?t need to hit the...Romola Garai and the pleasure of being a difficult woman
The actress has made a career out of playing difficult women and making it look easy.NY1 Online: On Stage [Full Program] 10/18/14
An on-set interview with Rosemary Harris and Romola Garai, who are currently starring off-Broadway in Tom Stoppard's "Indian Ink"; reviews of the new Broadway production of "On the Town" and the Primary Stages production of "While I Yet Live"; and a look at "Tail! Spin!", a new political comedy starring SNL alum Rachel Dratch, highlight the October 18 edition of On Stage, hosted by Donna Karger.PHOTO CALL: Hayley Mills, Laura Osnes, Olympia Dukakis, Boyd Gaines, Mike Nichols and More Celebrate Opening Night of ...
Carey Perloff directs. Performances will continue through Nov. 30. The cast is headed by Tony winner Rosemary Harris as Eleanor Swan with Firdous Bamji (Nikrad Das), Bill Buell (Englishman), Nick Choksi (Dilip), Romola Garai (Flora Crewe), Neal Huff (Eldon Pike), Caroline Lagerfelt (Englishwoman), Omar Maskati (Nazrul), Tim McGeever (Resident), Brenda Meaney (Nell), Philip Mills (Eric), Ajay ...Indian Ink
Romola Garai and Rosemary Harris bring Tom Stoppard?s aristocratic Crewe sisters and old British imperialism to New York in ?Indian Ink.? Noteworthy cultural events in New York City and beyond.Review: 'Indian Ink' is witty mockery of Brits
NEW YORK (AP) - Tom Stoppard's witty 1995 play "Indian Ink" takes a romantic look back at India under waning British rule, gently mocking both the British Raj and some of the English-smitten "natives." There's a timeless sensuality in the air of the Roundabout Theatre Company's leisurely, evocative ...Tom Stoppard's Take on Love and Art
Even if you've walked where someone else has walked and have done your best to collect all the artifacts of someone's life, can you ever really know them? Maybe, says playwright Tom Stoppard in " Indian Ink ," now Off-Broadway at Roundabout Theatre. But only if you're an artist. Stoppard tends to wind heady themes throughout his work, and there's no shortage of those here. There are discussions ...'Indian Ink': Theater Review
Rosemary Harris stars as an Englishwoman journeying back into the past of her late sister, played by Romola Garai, in Tom Stoppard's 1995 drama read moreA trip to India leads to ties that span generations
The provocative Stoppard play finally gets a New York productionWe Regret to Inform You That Tom Stoppard's Indian Ink Is Indelible
Is there ever a good moment for a wistfully romantic look at colonialism? If so, this ain't it. Tom Stoppard's Indian Ink , now getting its New York premiere at the Roundabout, wants to inspire historical reveries by time-traveling between exotic 1930s India and nostalgic 1980s England. Ins...
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