STANFORD TAPS ALUMNI
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Stanford's Department of Theater and Performance Studies has Alumni all over the world and dating back over 50 years. Here, we'll post news about/for our alumni
TAPS Alum and Professor Jisha Menon's New Book examines cultural and social effects of Bangalore’s transformation after economic liberalization.
The Committee on Black Performing Arts (CBPA) was created in 1969 by students as a cultural resource at Stanford hosting master classes and workshops, performing staged productions, and publishing the Black Arts Quarterly, a literary and arts journal. #BlackHistoryMonth
You can watch an interview with Amara Tabor Smith, the Artistic Director of CBPA and the artist-in-residence at IDA here as well: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kdT6uEZajc8
📸: Robbie Sweeny
A video compilation from @stanfordtaps' 2019 fall production can be viewed here: https://diversityarts.stanford.edu/artist-programs/cbpa/committee-on-black-performing-arts-history/
TAPS PhD Alum Isaiah Wooden joins TAPS Professor Aileen Robinson in directing one of the Staged Readings for "New Works Next Generation" a collaboration between @TheatreWorksSV and @StanfordTAPS. Learn more about the projects at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/new-works-next-generation-tickets-273776933177
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