THE REAL THING by Tom Stoppard

THE REAL THING by Tom Stoppard

by Tom Stoppard

directed by Steve Siler

From the inimitable Tom Stoppard, this backstage comedy focuses on the relationship between a playwright and his second wife, who is an actor. Examining the concepts of love, marriage, and fidelity, while exploring the theme of reality versus appearance, this deliciously funny and poignant play is, according to the New York Times, one of  “the most bracing play anyone has written about love and marriage….”

“The Real Thing” is as much about how a writer learns to write The Real Thing as about how he learns to experience the real thing. –The New York Times