Friday-Sunday, June16-18—BARNARD—BarnArts production of “Arcadia” will debut this weekend at the old Feast & Field location (1544 Royalton Turnpike, Barnard). Performances are Friday and Saturday nights at 7 p.m. and Sunday afternoons at 4 p.m. this weekend and next (June 16-18 and 23-25). Written by Tom Stoppard, directed by Christopher Peirce, and produced outdoors Barn Arts.
Tom Stoppard’s “Arcadia” explores the nature of history, ambition, and love alongside a mind-bending experience of real-time quantum mechanics.
“Arcadia” is an award winning play beloved by theater majors, science nerds and anyone who likes to ponder life, the universe and everything. The story spans centuries, bringing forth a feast of deep themes, including the power of time, science, romance, truth, and the (in)accuracy of academic research.
Two complex tableausx of characters occupy the same pastoral English setting but in two eras: the early 19th Century and the present day. Events converge and timelines cross in this critically acclaimed play, Winner of the 1995 New York Drama Critics’ Circle Award for Best Play and the 1994 Olivier Award for Best Play.
Performances will be held outdoors at old Feast & Field location across from Fable Farm Orchard on Royalton Turnpike in Barnard. Follow signs to the area and allow 5-10 minutes to walk from parking to performance location. Drop off and accessible parking available.
The ADA site is located on flat lawn a small distance from accessible parking. An accessible portable toilet will be near the accessible parking area.
As theis is an outdoor performance, shows will be canceled in case of rain and tickets will be good at any other performance of “Arcadia.”
BarnArts will sell non-alcoholic drinks and snacks. Picnicking is welcome.
Chairs will be set up at the stage, but participants are also welcome to bring their own or a blanket to sit on.
Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for students. For more information visit: www.barnarts.org or call: 802-234-1645.