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September 2021

AUDITION | TAPS Capstone “Antigone: A New Trans Play”

September 27 11:00 am - 6:00 pm

TAPS Senior JJ Sutton holds auditions for his TAPS Capstone: “Antigone: A New Trans Play” Interested in themes of death, rebirth, ritual, duty, mourning, and family? Sign up to audition or to interview for a staff position! We welcome folks of all backgrounds and especially encourage transgender, nonbinary, genderqueer, gender non-conforming, and queer people to apply. bit.ly/audition-antigone bit.ly/staff-antigone

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Julian Davis on “Adorno’s Radical Objective Spiritualization of Artwork: Genealogy of an Aesthetic”

September 28 6:15 pm - 7:45 pm

Before the session please read Julian’s draft (to be added to our email list for Julian’s paper please contact gdowling@stanford.edu) Theodor Adorno’s sustained, plodding, and honest attempt to reckon with some of the most challenging features of mid-twentieth century modernist artistic production yielded some of the most prima facie incredible philosophemes in the history of aesthetic theory. The notion that artwork has a spiritual agency of its own, quite independent of the artists and consumers who produce and experience it,…

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We are Stanford: A Festival of Reflection and Renewal

September 30

We are Stanford: A Festival of Reflection and Renewal marks the return of the full Stanford community to campus, offering a diverse range of ritual, artistic, commemorative and celebratory programs to express and hold all that we have been through, individually and collectively, over the last 18 months. Two dozen campus departments and programs have partnered to present events that are authentic to their communities and open to broad student, staff, and faculty participation, engaging themes of grief, loss and remembrance,…

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October 2021

Alone in the Ring: A Research-Based Theatre Production About Disability Inclusion In Healthcare

October 14 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Led by Dr. Tal Jarus and her interdisciplinary research team from the University of British Columbia, Alone in the Ring aims to increase equity, diversity, and inclusion in the health and human service professions and education by highlighting the barriers that students and clinicians with disabilities in health and human service professions experience. In bringing Alone in the Ring to campus during the Annual Stanford School of Medicine Diversity Week and National Disability Employment Awareness Month, SMAC and Stanford Medicine and the Muse hope to continue…

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Image and words in the films and stories of Ebrahim Golestan

October 22 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Ameneh Yousefi was born in Hamedan city in Iran.  She received her Doctoral in Persian Literature from the University of Karaj.  She has done several auditorial, visual and animated projects as an author for Local National Broadcasting.  She currently teaches Persian Literature in Ganjname University in Hamedan City and is researching the representation of intellectual figures in ten contemporary Persian novels.  Her talk will cover the inter-textual relations between words and images in Golestan’s films and fiction. Event is in…

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The War of the Worlds

October 28 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

This work looks back through history and speaks to our times. Inspired by H.G. Wells’ sci-fi novel and Orson Welles’ radio adaptation and the wild reaction it inspired, Rhum and Clay’s The War of the Worlds wrestles with the media and the boundaries of truth in a thrilling broadcast of the end of the world.

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Film screening: There Is No Evil

October 29 10:00 am - 11:00 am

RSVP to receive the Zoom link for the October 29 dicussion with the film’s director, Mohammad Rasoulof.  The film will be made available October 26-28 and the link will be emailed to registrants ahead of time.  About the film: Filmed in secret and banned in its home country, Mohammad Rasoulof’s Golden Bear-winning film is an anthology of four short stories, each focused on a person affected by the capital punishment system in a country that commits more executions per capita…

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Halloween Concert: Stanford Symphony Orchestra and Stanford Wind Symphony

October 29 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

The annual Halloween Concert by the Stanford Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Paul Phillips, and the Stanford Wind Symphony, conducted by Russell Gavin, will include everything from chills to thrills, ending with the annual Costume Competition and a lucky winner serving as guest conductor for the encore.   Program TBA Admission Info ADVANCE TICKETS: GENERAL $18 | SENIORS $13 | NON-STANFORD STUDENTS $13 (On-sale date TBA.) AT THE DOOR: GENERAL $23 | SENIORS $18 | STUDENTS $18 (Free for Stanford students with SUID) Please…

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November 2021

Queer Horror Gravest Hits with Anthony Hudson/Carla Rossi

November 5 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Anthony Hudson as alter ego Carla Rossi, “Portland’s premier drag clown,” comes to Bing for a two-night residency. A member of the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, Hudson finds inspiration in the drama and tension living in the in-between of race and sexual orientation in white pop culture. Hosted by Carla Rossi and culled from four years of Queer Horror’s short film nights at Portland’s historical Hollywood Theatre, Gravest Hits presents the silliest and most ghoulish international horror shorts by, starring, and about queers.…

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Carla Rossi Does Drag

November 6 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Featuring song, monologue, too many wigs, and interactive “Rossivision” video and scenography with sequences celebrating and lampooning Chicago, Celine Dion, Russian Doll, Birds of Prey, Netflix’s The Circle, and more, Carla Rossi Does Drag is a brand new theatrical experience that is equal parts greatest hits collection and video cabaret, all decked out in the signature surreality of Carla’s world.

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December 2021

Pink Martini Holiday Spectacular

December 12 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Pound for pound, no other band does what Pink Martini does. Fronted by the dynamic vocalist China Forbes, Pink Martini has performed with more than 50 of the world’s great orchestras and recorded nine albums. With the combined power of a dozen musicians, they offer a rollicking mix of classical, jazz, and old-fashioned pop. Come break in the holidays with a swingin’ good time at the Bing.

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