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Stage Review

'Rock' of ages, at the Huntington

Stoppard's journey of music and mind, from Pink Floyd to the Velvet Revolution

''Rock 'n' Roll'' takes place in Prague and Cambridge, England, from 1968 through 1990. It plays at the Boston University Theatre through Dec. 7. ''Rock 'n' Roll'' takes place in Prague and Cambridge, England, from 1968 through 1990. It plays at the Boston University Theatre through Dec. 7. (Kevin Berne)
By Louise Kennedy
Globe Staff / November 14, 2008

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'Rock 'n' Roll" is the ultimate rebuke to anyone who still argues that Tom Stoppard is all head and no heart. It pulses with the energy of a formidable intelligence, to be sure, but also with the unstoppable force of love and desire. (Full article: 945 words)

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