Russia’s trilogy has been getting loads of attention for its nine hour performance time since first premiering at
the National Theatre’s Olivier auditorium in repertory in 2002. After moving to Broadway (and eventually Russia),
the play closed in 2007, but with theatre tickets you can have your own chance to enjoy this
live show now with some Utopia today,
Coast of Utopia All Parts Marathon tickets, New York
are now available, so if you’re willing to sit through three different plays that all deal with pre-revolution Russia
from the late 1800s, then by all means, act quickly! Winner of the 2007 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Play, and New York
Drama Critics’ Circle for Best Play, this show will take your breath away when it comes to New York this year! Enjoy!
The Coast of Utopia, written by Tom Stoppard, is a trilogy of plays (Voyage, Shipwreck, Salvage) that premiered in June
2002. The cast includes Brian F. O’Byrne, Richard Easton, Jennifer Ehle and Billy Crudup, as well as Ethan Hawke,
Josh Hamilton, Martha Plimpton, David Harbour, Jason Butler Harner and Amy Irving. Its story focuses on pre-revolution Russia
between 1833 and 1866.