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Ram’s Head Theatrical Society’s ‘Wild Party’ brings out the party animal in us all

Reeling in last year’s success with the rock musical, “Rent,” Ram’s Head Theatrical Society took on yet another difficult and risqué production: “The Wild Party.” This year, exchanging rock ballads for ragtime show tunes, Ram’s Head proved once again the versatility of Stanford’s premier performers and technicians. Set in the concrete jungle of New York City, “The…

‘To Sleep To Dream’ challenges our knowledge of conventional films

EarFilms finished its American tour this past weekend, performing its unique and immersive piece “To Sleep To Dream” at Stanford’s Bing Concert Hall. The production consisted of a “sonic film,” an auditory story communicated to a blindfolded audience who are prompted to imagine the action they hear. Television sets, futuristic machines and raindrops on rooftops…

Production of The Every 28 Hours Plays: A Staged Reading provides penetrating insight into the Black Lives Matter movement

“Every twenty-eight hours in America, we lose a piece of our soul.”

This is just one of many of the deeply poignant lines from Stanford students’ performance of The Every 28 Hours Plays: A Staged Reading, an event which featured a series of poetic, haunting narratives intended to raise awareness on the Black Lives Matter movement.