The Cast of ARCADIA. Photo: A.R. Sinclair Photography
Central Square Theater & and the Nora Theatre Company
Written by Tom Stoppard
Directed by Lee Mikeska Gardner
Current-May 15, 2016
Central Square Theater
Central Square, Cambridge, MA
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Noe and I attended this performance together. We were impacted differently so we both wrote reviews. One follows after the other below. Continue reading
Posted in Drama |
Tagged 2016, A.R. Sinclair Photography, April, Arcadia, Cambridge, Celeste Oliva, Central Square Theater, England, Kira Patterson, Kitty Drexel, MA, Matthew Zahnzinger, May, Noelani Kamelamela, Ross MacDonald, The Nora Theatre Company, Tom Stoppard, Will Madden
Arcadia, by Tom Stoppard, Bad Habit Productions, Virginia Wimberley Theatre at the Boston Center for the Arts, 8/11/11-8/28/11.
Reviewed by Becca Kidwell
Bad Habit Productions avoids pretension as it follows the serpentine path of thought from enlightenment to romance. The witty exchanges bounce from the actors’ tongues to all four walls of the theatre. The characters learn that the journey is more important than the definition of terms. The production dances with little hesitation through the rhythmical patterns of Stoppard’s language.
Posted in Comedy |
Tagged 2011, Alycia Sacco, Arcadia, August, Bad Habit Productions, Comedy, Daniel Morris, discovery, England, Enlightenment, Greg Nussen, John Geoffrion, knowledge, modern day, Rebbekah Vega Romero, research, rhythm, romanticism, Sarah Bedard, Tom Stoppard, wit, wordplay