Night and Day - Phoenix Theatre London 1979
by Tom Stoppard
Night and Day is a 1978 play by Tom Stoppard. The sets and costumes were designed by Carl Toms and it ran for two years at the Phoenix Theatre in central London, UK. The lead roles of Richard Wagner and Ruth Carson were created by John Thaw and Diana Rigg, respectively.
The play is post-colonial in nature, a satire on the British news media, and an exploration of its discourse. Stoppard employs yet another sub-text in Night and Day by commenting on the very form of language through his remarks on journalism (Stoppard is a former journalist himself). There is a consistent use of pun and innuendo sprinkled in the dialogues of each character. This kind of linguistic play with words and meaning, has marked the playwright for his interest and most keen observations on the aesthetics of language.
Night and Day London Cast - Maggie Smith, Patrick, William Marlowe, Peter Machin, Olu Jacobs, Stephen Lawrence, Edward De Souza
Director - Peter Wood
Designer - Carl Toms
Lighting - Robert Bryan
Playbill / Program Date 1979 - Phoenix Theatre
Size 135 x 215 mm
Condition: Used Good 8/10
Please Note You are Buying a Souvenir Program
(Pls Note scans are low res for fast loading)
Each Order will incur a $5.00 handling fee (including free shipping)
All Prices Shown are in USD (United States of America Dollars)
All Payments by Paypal Just Checkout as GUEST no need to register
All associated graphics, logos, trader marks, trade names or copyrights are the property of the original owner and are used here for factual and educational purposes only.
If there are any errors please contact us with corrections email@example.com