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Arcadia by Tom Stoppard

Presented by Harvard Radcliffe Dramatic Club at Loeb Experimental Theater, Cambridge MA

Apr 12 - 13 2019
Arcadia by Tom Stoppard

This production of Arcadia, a play by Tom Stoppard, will take place in the Loeb Experimental Theater in the Loeb Drama Center. Tickets are FREE and can be reserved through the provided link.

“Time must needs run backward, and since it will not, we must stir our way onward mixing as we go, disorder out of disorder into disorder until pink is complete, unchanging and unchangeable, and we are done with it forever. this is known as free will or self-determination.”

Tom Stoppard's Arcadia is considered one of the most critically acclaimed contemporary plays in the English language. Set in the English countryside house of Sidley Park, Arcadia examines the relationship between past

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Tickets for this event are FREE and can be reserved at:

Tickets are will-call, if you have a reservation please check in at the Loeb Ex lobby starting 30 minutes before showtime. Ten minutes prior to showtime, unclaimed ticket reservations will released to those on the waitlist. Seating is General Admission.


Additional time info:

Run time is approximately 2 and a half hours including a fifteen minute intermission. 


Loeb Experimental Theater

64 Brattle St, Cambridge, MA 02138


We recommend using the T when possible to avoid the hassle and expense of parking -- The Loeb is just a short walk from the Harvard stop on the Red Line. Driving is also possible; the Church Street parking lot is closest to the theater. Street parking availability varies depending on the day.


A glass slipper in front a blue background. Gold sparkles fly in an arc over the shoe. Above the shoe, white text reads,

A feminine-presenting person stands in front of a dark background. They have dark skin with dark curly hair. They wear a sleeveless red shirt. Their hand is placed behind their head and their left hand is on their hips. White text at the top of the image reads,