Are critics stupid? Or do they just think their readers are? It's hard to judge from this crop of reviews, which relentlessly hawk the idea that perhaps Tom Stoppard's masterpiece Arcadia is too smart. Even the glowing reviews make pains to reassure the reader that the play won't commit the ultimate sin of making them feel dumb. It might commit the penultimate sin of boring them, however; according to several of the reviews the production just misses the mark, with an uneven set of performances contributing to a night at the theatre that never quite coalesces. Still, everyone's grateful to have Arcadia back in town and on Broadway, and a minority of critics even thinks this production bests the original.