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Arcadia

Written by Tom Stoppard

Directed by Patrick Dooley

November 30–January 6

Pay-What-You-Can Previews: November 30–December 6

Opening Night: Friday, December 7

M.A.D. Night: Thursday, December 13 (especially for folks 25 and under)

Description

Set on a country estate between 1809 and the late 20th century, Stoppard’s masterpiece explores mathematics, landscape gardening, Byron, and the undeniable power of the human heart.

Run time: 3 hours and a 15-minute intermission

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Program

Press release

Special Arcadia event!

The Julia Set
The Julia Set

The Mathematics of Arcadia: a discussion with David Eisenbud, Director, MSRI and Professor of Mathematics, UC Berkeley

Saturday, December 15, 5–6pm

At this panel we’ll untangle some of the math references in Arcadia, and also show a clip of a staged interview of Tom Stoppard by the mathematician Robert Osserman that was sponsored by the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute.

Trailers

Reviews

“Makes searching, studying and sharing intellectual discoveries as breathless and as dizzying as a love affair, as magical as time travel”
—Lily Janiak | San Francisco Chronicle
“An exquisitely written comedy”
—Emily S. Mendel | Berkeleyside

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Ratings

San Francisco Chronicle's Little Man Clapping

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