MARCH 2-4 + MARCH 9-11 AT 8PM
DIRECTED BY PULITZER PRIZE FINALIST AMY FREED
About the production
Stanford TAPS presents William Shakespeare's The Tempest, a vibrant, out-of-this-world tale of romance, revenge, and forgiveness. As Shakespeare's works go, few are more magical than The Tempest, a fantastical and deeply human play about an exiled sorcerer, his budding daughter, a civilization abandoned, and a world reborn. This production is presented in conjunction with the TAPS Undergraduate Acting Program.
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where to go
This performance is in Pigott Theater, located on the north side of the Memorial Auditorium Complex. For directions and parking information, CLICK HERE.
TAPS hosts PREFACE: The Creative Process on Friday, February 24th at 12-1PM in Pigott Theater. An in-depth look at the play in advance of the production, this free PREFACE presentation features director Amy Freed, renowned Shakespearean scholar Stephen Orgel, and dramaturgs in TAPS's Ph.D. students.