Palm Beach Dramaworks’ production of Arcadia is Tom Stoppard’s love letter to the miracle of human intelligence’s pursuit of learning — with a gentle jab at the hubris of those who are so taken with that pursuit.
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Tagged Anne Mundel, Arcadia, Arielle Fishman, Brian O'Keefe, Britt Michael Gordon, Caitlin Cohn, Casey Butler, Cliff Burgess, Dan Leonard, Don Thomas, Gary Cadwallader, J. Barry Lewis, James Andreassi, Margery Lowe, Palm Beach Dramaworks, Peter Simon Hilton, Ryan Zachary Ward, Steve Shapiro, Tom Stoppard, Vanessa Morosco
When idea-hungry audiences at Palm Beach Dramaworks who have cheered Ionesco and Albee are faced with something less challenging, some complain to Producing Artistic Director William Hayes that they can see that fare elsewhere. They will get their wish in extremis this month with Tom Stoppard’s Arcadia.
These are not at all necessarily what we predict will be the best shows this season (although they may be) or the best attended or the most popular or the most award-winning. We don’t care. These are the shows we most want to see for a variety of reasons. The list is woefully incomplete, likely with major but unintentional omissions.
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Tagged Actors Playhouse, All The Way, An American In Paris, Arcadia, Arts Garage, Between Riverside And Crazy, Blues In The Night: A Musical, Broadway Across Fort Lauderdale, Broadway Across Miami, Broward Stage Door, Finding Mona Lisa, GableStage, Guys and Dolls, Island City Stage, Kravis on Broadway, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Michael McKeever, Nine, Palm Beach Dramaworks, Rob Donohoe, Robert Schenkkan, Slowburn Theatre Company, Something Rotten, Son, Sunday in the Park With George, Tennessee Williams, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime, The Night of the Iguana, The Wick Theatre Gypsy, Titanic, Tru. Beautiful – The Carole King Musical, Truman Capote, Zoetic Stage