L.A. Theatre Works Cast with Clarence B. Jones and Mark Gonnerman
Tuesday, January 26, 2010 | 7:30pm | Pigott Theater | Free and Open to All. Limited seating: arrive early.
L.A. Theatre Works will perform RFK: A Journey to Justice at Stanford's Dinkelspiel Auditorium on Wednesday, January 27 at 8:00pm. Learn more about this performance by going here. Related Themes: civil rights, Martin Luther King, radio, Robert F. Kennedy
Steve Reich and Beryl Korot with Vered Shemtov and Mark Gonnerman
Thursday, January 7, 2010 | 7:30pm | Pigott Theater | Free and Open to All. Limited seating: arrive early.
Related Themes: creativity, music, video
Presented with the Taube Center for Jewish Studies.
Ralph Lemon with Mark Gonnerman
Thursday, December 3, 2009 | 7:30pm | Pigott Theater | Free and Open to All. Limited seating: arrive early.
Related Themes: art, creativity, dance
Presented by Stanford Lively Arts and the Stanford Institute for Creativity in the Arts (SiCa) in collaboration with the Institute for Diversity in the Arts (IDA), and the Dance Division, Department of Drama. The Aurora Forum is cosponsored by the Office of the President and Provost and Stanford's Office of Public Affairs.
A Note on Parking: Memorial Way, the street behind Memorial Auditorium, the building that houses Pigott Theater, is closed. The most convenient parking for Pigott Theater is available off Campus Drive across from Frost Amphitheater and behind the Graduate School of Business.
David Elliot Cohen, Michael Watts, and Ed Kashi with Mark Gonnerman
Thursday, July 9, 2009 | 7:30pm | Annenberg Auditorium | Free and Open to All
Jane Hirshfield, Roger Housden and Jenna Davis with David Freyberg
Thursday, May 21, 2009 | 7:30–9:00pm | Kresge Auditorium | Free and Open to All
The purpose of this evening is to bring poetic and scientific sensibilities to bear on life-sustaining elements that we often take for granted, especially water. While nearly 2 billion of the world’s population lack adequate supplies of water and proper facilities for the disposal of human waste, we who are affluent treat the planet’s water system irresponsibly by drawing unsustainable amounts from and polluting the environment. By bringing attention to present and future global water crises and to people and projects that are working toward solutions, we hope to foster a more respectful attitude toward water and the ecosystems that provide it.
The evening will begin with a presentation by David Crossweller introducing Wherever the Need, a charitable organization concerned with the provision and use of eco-sanitation toilets and water.Related Themes: citizenship, gratitude, poetry, water