Photos by Paul Kolnik
2 hours, 30 minutes
The stellar cast included Billy Crudup, Richard Easton, Jennifer Ehle, Josh Hamilton, David Harbour, Jason Butler Harner, Ethan Hawke, Amy Irving, Brian F. O'Byrne, and Martha Plimpton.
Ben Brantley of The New York Times hailed Voyage, Part 1, as "an exhilarating production performed with freshness and vigor by an immense and starry cast." Newsweek called Voyage "complex, funny and heartbreaking" while David Cote of NY-1/Time Out New York declared it "Stoppard's crowning achievement."
In the mid-19th century as revolution swept across Europe, a group of Russian intellectuals, journalists, critics, philosophers, poets and their friends tried to topple the tsar for the cause of freedom. Stoppard's epic follows these men and women over thirty years, as their intertwined lives, passions and dreams drive them in pursuit of perfection.
ABOUT SALVAGE, PART 3
Part 3 of the trilogy, Salvage, brings maturity and resolution. As imperial Russia is set adrift with the freeing of the serfs, Alexander Herzen and the revolutionaries in his circle look back from the vantage point of their exile in England at their dreams of overturning the tsar, at the paths taken and not, and at the Russia of their memory.
Bob Crowley and Scott Pask