Tom Stoppard’s ARCADIA is a theatrical challenge across many fronts, intellectually aggressive, scientifically dense with rich characters who live in worlds which mix the carnal and the cerebral.  UTS Backstage, the University of Technology Sydney’s theatre society has shown over a decade of existence that it is not afraid of a challenge.  And in this production, the company once again displays their solid commitment to both the drama and their audience.  This complicated work is treated with respect in an entertaining production which is very well received by its audience.

Tiffany Wong as Chloe… brings an indulgent, besottedness to her creation.

– Judith Greenaway


Review: Arcadia

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Blog: Actors Residency – National Institute of Dramatic Arts

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Our month-long Actors Residency at NIDA has come to an end with a devised piece! Thank you to all of our fabulous teachers and directors: Guillaume, Garth, Gavin, Pip and Sean. I’m sure I can say on behalf of the others that we have all learnt so incredibly much and are grateful for this wondrous opportunity. At times, there have been tears, a lot of screaming, challenging exercises but a tonne of laughter, joy and growth! I will miss all of my classmates and friends from all over Australia (and the globe), may our paths meet again on screen or onstage! x

Promo: Arcadia

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Role: Chloe Coverly / Director: Anna Rushmer / Producers: James Lamb & Mitchell Wassink / Publicity: Ryan Doyle & Jamila Licup / Production & Stage Manager: Ryan Doyle / Production & Set Design: Tanwee Shrestha / Costume Design: Amy Lane / Sound Design: James Denton / Photographer: Emma Gibbons / Graphic Design: Maxine Curva / for University of Technology, Sydney Backstage / at Fuse Box, The Factory Theatre