Faculty/Staff

Daniel Pearl World Music Days Concert

Stanford’s St. Lawrence String Quartet leads our annual free concert honoring the life and memory of Stanford alumnus Daniel Pearl, the violin-playing Wall Street Journalreporter who was murdered in 2002 in Pakistan. The quartet, pianist Stephen Prutsman, and the Stanford Chamber Strings perform a stirring program that includes Bach and music from the Middle East, is meant to inspire the cross-cultural awareness and tolerance sought by the Daniel Pearl Foundation.

FIlm Screening: "Leviathan"

This is the seventh of eight films in the annual SGS Summer Film Festival running from June 17th to August 26th.  This year's festival features films from around the world that focus on the topic of “Imagining Empire: A Global Retrospective” and offers a flexible lens with which to look at both historical and contemporary geopolitical and socioeconomic contexts.

Stanford Repertory Theater Festival: Noël Coward on Film, "Bunny Lake is Missing"

Stanford Repertory Theater presents a free Monday night film series focused on Coward’s work on film. Stanford faculty and other experts will introduce each film and lead a post-screening discussion. Patrons will receive a free filmography for each film. 

Film schedule:

Private Lives (1931)
Discussant: Roselyn Hallett, SRT filmographer and company member
Monday, June 29, 7:00 pm (no admission after 7:15 pm)

Stanford Repertory Theater Festival: Noël Coward on Film, "Blithe Spirit"

Stanford Repertory Theater presents a free Monday night film series focused on Coward’s work on film. Stanford faculty and other experts will introduce each film and lead a post-screening discussion. Patrons will receive a free filmography for each film. 

Film schedule:

Private Lives (1931)
Discussant: Roselyn Hallett, SRT filmographer and company member
Monday, June 29, 7:00 pm (no admission after 7:15 pm)

Stanford Repertory Theater: Noël Coward on Film, "Our Man in Havana"

Stanford Repertory Theater presents a free Monday night film series focused on Coward’s work on film. Stanford faculty and other experts will introduce each film and lead a post-screening discussion. Patrons will receive a free filmography for each film. 

Film schedule:

Private Lives (1931)
Discussant: Roselyn Hallett, SRT filmographer and company member
Monday, June 29, 7:00 pm (no admission after 7:15 pm)

Stanford Repertory Theater Festival: Noël Coward on Film, "In Which We Serve"

Stanford Repertory Theater presents a free Monday night film series focused on Coward’s work on film. Stanford faculty and other experts will introduce each film and lead a post-screening discussion. Patrons will receive a free filmography for each film. 

Film schedule:

Private Lives (1931)
Discussant: Roselyn Hallett, SRT filmographer and company member
Monday, June 29, 7:00 pm (no admission after 7:15 pm)

Stanford Repertory Theater Festival: Noël Coward on Film, "Brief Encounter"

tanford Repertory Theater presents a free Monday night film series focused on Coward’s work on film. Stanford faculty and other experts will introduce each film and lead a post-screening discussion. Patrons will receive a free filmography for each film. 

Film schedule:

Private Lives (1931)
Discussant: Roselyn Hallett, SRT filmographer and company member
Monday, June 29, 7:00 pm (no admission after 7:15 pm)

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