DEVELOPMENTAL STAGE | “GRADUATE REPERTORY 2023”

Nitery Theater NITERY THEATER 514 Lasuen Mall, Stanford, CA

THU-SAT FEB 02-04 at 7PM FRI-SAT FEB 10-11 at 8PM NITERY THEATER IN OLD UNION AND A VIRTUAL PERFORMANCE SOME PRODUCTIONS ENCOURAGE FREE RSVP   Graduate Repertory 2023 features three productions over two weekends of directorial work by TAPS second-year graduate students Karishma Bhagani, Daniel Jackson, and Emily Waters.  

CAPSTONE | Katie Dragone’s “Lines”

Pigott Theater, Memorial Auditorium PIGOTT THEATER 551 Jane Stanford Way, Stanford, CA

THU-SAT, FEB 16-18 at 7PM PIGOTT THEATER FREE RSVP TAPS Senior Katie Dragone, in collaboration with Stanford TheaterLab, presents an original student play that explores life, death, family, and the creative process with cheeky irreverence and unapologetic sincerity.  

LECTURE | “Mr. B: Jennifer Homans on the Life and Legacy of George Balanchine”

Roble Gym Lounge ROBLE GYM 375 Santa Teresa Street, Stanford, CA

FRI FEB 24 at NOON-1PM ROBLE GYM LOUNGE FREE + OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Co-sponsored by the Department of Art and Art History; the ​​Department of History; The Europe Center; Center for Russia, East European, and Eurasian Studies   Join us for a conversation with dance critic, author, and scholar Jennifer Homans on her new book, […]

WORKSHOP | “Communicating Performance for a General Audience” with Jennifer Homans

Roble Gym 139 ROBLE GYM 139 375 Santa Teresa Street, Stanford, CA

FRI FEB 24 at 2:30PM-4PM ROBLE GYM 139 OPEN TO STANFORD GRADUATE STUDENTS | FREE WITH RSVP Co-sponsored by the Department of Art and Art History; the ​​Department of History; The Europe Center; Center for Russia, East European, and Eurasian Studies   With her celebrated texts Apollo’s Angels (2010) and Mr. B: George Balanchine’s 20th Century […]

MAIN STAGE | “JULIUS CAESAR”

Memorial Auditorium MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM 551 Jane Stanford Way, Stanford, CA

THU-SAT MAR 09-11 at 8PM MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM MAIN STAGE TICKETS $5-$20 | ON SALE MID-FEBRUARY Julius Caesar, one of Shakespeare’s most notable tragedies, is infused with fresh life in TAPS’s Winter Main Stage. Set five years in the future, this classic text opens up many lenses to our contemporary life and asks timeless questions of power, […]