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Furman’s ‘Arcadia’ a Romantic Tragedy with Jokes

Tom Stoppard’s Tony Award-winning play, “Arcadia,” touches on such diverse ideas as fractal geometry, gossipy speculation about Lord Byron and contemporary academic backbiting. But, according to Furman theatre arts professor Jay Oney, it’s really “a thriller and romantic tragedy with jokes.” The Greenville News wrote a preview of the Furman Theatre’s final production of the school year.  The play is directed by Oney and runs through April 24.

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