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Greystone Theatre presents Arcadia

Posted in Arts & Culture, Students & Campus Life
Oct 10, 2018 to Oct 20, 2018

The Greystone Theatre presents four Mainstage plays a year.

Arcadia

OCTOBER 10-20, 2018
BY TOM STOPPARD
DIRECTED BY JULIA JAMISON

Described in The Times (London) as the “perfect marriage of ideas and high comedy," this award-winning play is considered by many to be Tom Stoppard’s best. Weaving together elements of farce, realism and surrealism, Stoppard’s 19th-century country-manor characters resonate across time and place with present-day academics as everyone wrestles with the mysteries of order and chaos, thermodynamics, enlightenment and romance.  

Tickets can be purchased online.

 

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