Frost Revival 2014


It’s May at Stanford and that of course means – an exciting smorgasbord of arts activities. Every weekend is packed with an abundance of arts options. Make some difficult choices – or attend them all!

Here is just a sampling of what each weekend brings:

May 1-3:
Musical Happy Hour with Fleet Street and Chanticleer
Talk by F/S Arts Expert in Residence A-lan Holt, ’11: “How to Thrive as an Artist”
Blackfest (featuring Stanford Alum Jidenna)

May 8-9:
Stanford PowWow
A walking opera performance: The Marriage of Figaro
Dance Performance: The Fierce Urgency of Now

May 15-17:
Arthur Miller’s All My Sons
Selected Shorts, hosted by Jane Kaczmarek
Frost Music and Arts Festival

May 22-24:
Stanford Afro-Latin Jazz Ensemble
Stanford Shakespeare Company: Much Ado About Nothing
The Freeks Theater: The Bacchae
Stanford Classics in Theater: The Nerds (adapted from Aristophanes’ The Birds)

May 29-31:
Department of Theater and Performance Studies: Evita
Alliance Streetdance Presents: Hipnotized
Stanford Laptop Orchestra: SLOrk at the Bing

Throughout the month, check out an opera about Antonin Scalia and Ruth Bader Ginsburg; a lecture series on Interactive Media and Video Games; readings from Stegner Fellows and visiting writers; Senior Music Recitals; exhibitions at the Cantor and the Anderson Collection at Stanford University; and so much more. For an overview, go to the Arts Calendar.

Choose one, choose many – choose them all if you dare! We’ll see you there.