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‘Game of Throws’ visits Palo Alto High School

As students at Stanford, we’re always looking for new ways to de-stress. For members of the student-run juggling organization Down With Gravity, relaxation came in the form of flaming torches and dance battles. Palo Alto High School hosted its first juggling festival, aptly-named “Game of Throws,” during the last weekend of January. The event drew…

Theater review: “The Mammaries of Tiresias” shatters our patriarchal society

Womanhood, and every begrudging complication that comes with it, has never been portrayed in a more over-the-top, piercing, and unusual way than in “The Mammaries of Tiresias,” Women* in Theater’s latest production. The show is a truly unique experience, touching upon every corner of performance art. From dance to song to straight acting, each scene,…

Theater review: The Original Winter One Acts bring psychological depth to student theater

Wit as a deflection. A caustic facade as a form of distraction. Sarcasm as a protective shield. These concepts of using the lighthearted to distract from a buried, often dark inner struggle permeate this year’s set of Original Winter One Acts: three shows written, directed, produced and performed by students, with themes ranging from young…