Having sat through a Tom Stoppard play, there comes the feeling that a return visit is required to better appreciate all his linguistic, historical, scientific, sexual, comedic, and theatrical flourishes. The Austin Playhouse production of Arcadia, featuring one of the best ensembles to be seen on an Austin stage, may, indeed, warrant repeat visits to fully enjoy its efforts.
"...Hodge are pupil and tutor at a Derbyshire country estate in 1809. She is the daughter of the lord..."
Nov. 2, 2001 Arts Review by Robi Polgar