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UMKC Theatre Presents "Arcadia" - Tom Stoppard's Best Play?

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Zachary M. Andrews (M.F.A. acting, ?11) and Anna Safar (M.F.A acting, ?11).

Though most people know Tom Stoppard from his Oscar-winning screenplay for "Shakespeare in Love," he's more prolific writing for the stage. And to date, four of his works have won Tony Awards for Best Play. By Steve Walker

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Kansas City, MO – His plays aren't often seen on Kansas City stages, but the UMKC Theatre department is rectifying that with "Arcadia," and hopes to warm people up to a playwright whose works are considered the most challenging of contemporary theater.

"Arcadia," by Tom Stoppard
Directed by Barry Kyle
October 30 - November 8 (previews October 30 -November 3; opens November 4), 2009
Helen F. Spencer Theatre, Olson PAC, 4949 Cherry Street, Kansas City, MO

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