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‘All My Sons’ sallies forth

This Thursday, Friday, and Saturday in Kennedy Grove, a lovely outdoor space between the Stanford Faculty Club and Humanities Center, the Stanford Theater Laboratory is presenting Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons,” a powerful drama about the powerful effects that our actions have on others. Despite the unseasonable windy cold weather, the cast, clad in breezy…

TAPS makes Hamlet its own

A Shakespearean tragedy about a Danish prince in an existential crisis, “Hamlet” has been re-imagined in many different contexts, but in Pigott Theater last weekend, Stanford TAPS proved yet again the timelessness of the struggles the play evokes. By placing heavy emphasis on the humanity of each character — their joys, moments of mirth, frustrations, and deep sorrows — guest director Rob Melrose and the rest of the company created a version of “Hamlet” with profound resonance.