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A Stanford student-run theatrical society explores racial integration – then and now – against the background of an inventive LED set in the musical "Hairspray." The performance aims to spark civil rights dialogue for students and the audience.
From www.stanfordtheater.org - Bill Taylor has appeared regularly at the Stanford Theatre since its reopening in 1989. He began playing the organ at age 7, and played his first theatre pipe organ when he was 11. He studied theatre organ with famed San Francisco area organist, Larry Vannucci who, many years later, also played at the Stanford Theatre. While they were still in high school, Bill and his brother Dick restored and installed a Wurlitzer pipe organ in the Encore (formerly Broadway) Theatre in Burlingame, and Bill played the organ for intermissions. He has also appeared at several other Bay Area theatres. He has a BS in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, and an MBA from the University of California, Berkeley. His primary career is as a Software Developm...
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Quansah Rama Hannukah Dam: um Natal na casa de Stanford Nutting O que vocês verão neste vídeo é um Natal politicamente correto, inclusivo, sem a comemoração do nascimento de ninguém; um simples feriado sem razão de ser. Claro que tudo é temperado pelo inimitável humor de Stanford Nutting, que agora nos apresenta sua família, com realce para seu sobrinho Tommy, que acaba de ser crismado é uma figura!
Students tackle race and social class while reinventing a classic theatrical production.
Stanford Summer Theater's production "The Wanderings of Odysseus" is the first piece in a Homer-inspired season. Stanford University: http://www.stanford.edu/ Stanford News: http://news.stanford.edu/ Stanford University Channel on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/stanford