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Laughs and Ideas Abound on Stage

Furman’s production of “Arcadia” runs through April 24.

According to Greenville News reviewer Neil Shurley, the Furman Theatre’s production of Tom Stoppard’s “Arcadia” is definitely worth seeing.  “Well cast and full of intriguing ideas, it’s a thoughtful production of a play that contains witty dialogue, cosmic philosophy and a time-hopping mystery,” Hyde writes in his review of the play, which opened last week at The Playhouse on campus.

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