The Tree of Knowledge at dusk in Arcadia

Janine Utell, who will take us through the English garden styles that form the backdrop to , exploring how Stoppard uses changing landscapes as a motif to explore his themes of progress, knowledge, and the mythical Arcadia of poets and painters.

There are two sorts of knowledge in Arcadia: the knowledge of love and academic knowledge

Presented By: Skylar Cran, Bryan Yu, Mary Kremer, and Bailey Smith

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This seems particularly evident in Arcadia, a play obsessed with knowledge of many kinds

To me, learning is the most fun thing in the world and I love sharing knowledge and seeing students eyes' light up when a connection or understanding is made.