Lincoln Center Theater has announced that it will reschedule the opening night for "Salvage," the third part of Tom Stoppard's trilogy The Coast of Utopia, to February 18 at the Vivian Beaumont Theater. This final part of Stoppard's trilogy, directed by Jack O'Brien, is now in rehearsal and will begin performances on January 30.
Opening night was originally set for February 15, but the three-day delay will allow the 44-member company a few extra preview performances, according to a company spokesperson. Part One "Voyage" and Part Two "Shipwreck" are currently running in rotation. All three parts will be performed on a rotating schedule once "Salvage" begins performances later this month.