Montclair State University’s Department of Theatre and Dance presents Tom Stoppard’s Tony-nominated, NY Drama Critics’ Circle Award-winning play Arcadia in the Alexander Kasser Theater from November 18-21. Arcadia, which was also shortlisted for the Royal Institution’s award for “best science book ever written,” investigates relationships between past and present, among people, between emotion and scientific certainty.
production of Arcadia, directed by Susan Kerner, with dramaturgy by Neil
Baldwin, features performances from students in Montclair State University’s
Department of Theatre and Dance.
Susan Kerner, previously Resident Director at the George Street Playhouse, directs Montclair State University’s BFA Acting Program. Neil Baldwin is professor of dramaturgy, theater criticism, and arts administration in the College of the Arts at Montclair State University. His 1997 screenplay on Man Ray, for WNET-13’s “American Masters Series,” was nominated for an Emmy Award. There will be a discussion with the cast members and director immediately following the performance on Thursday, moderated by Baldwin.
Wednesday, November 18 at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, November 19 at 7:30 p.m.
Friday, November 20 at 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, November 21 at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m.
This performance is only $15. For more information about this performance or to order tickets, please call the box office at 973-655-5112 or purchase your tickets on the Web at www.peakperfs.org.
Released: November 11, 2009