Patience staff and cast featured in live radio interview on KZSU 90.1 FM
Listen on Thursday, May 8th, 2014 between 6:00-6:30 pm for a segment on Patience on The Peninsula Report, hosted by Eliza Ridgeway. In addition to Directors Doreen Finkelstein and Greg Anderson discussing the show, the interview will feature cast members Joanne Newman (Lady Jane), Diane Squires (Patience) and Johnny Villar (Bunthorne). Listeners will enjoy Diane’s rendition of “I Cannot Tell What This Love May Be" and Joanne and Johnny's rendition of "So Go to Him and Say to Him".
You can either tune in call number 90.1 FM, or stream online at KZSU-1. A podcast to stream or download will be available after the broadcast.
During weekly broadcasts, The Peninsula Report explores Silicon Valley news and culture in partnership with Stanford's Graduate Program in Journalism. More information on Eliza’s program can be found at peninsulareport.tumblr.com.
Tickets for Patience are now available online or via phone (650) 725-2787 from the Stanford Ticket Office.
$15 seniors & Stanford staff/faculty
$30 general admission
Saturday, May 17th at 8pm
Sunday, May 18th at 2pm
Sunday, May 18th at 8pm
See the show for FREE by volunteering to usher or staff the concession booth!
Email StanfordSavoyards@gmail.com asap, because in a few days, we’ll be offering this limited opportunity to the theater community at large.
Don’t forget to join the cosplay fun and come in Star Trek or Doctor Who costumes to receive a free treat during intermission (while supplies last).
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All performances will be at The Bowl – an outdoor amphitheater at the Stanford Graduate School of Business located on the east end of Knight Way. There is convenient and free parking in Parking Structure #7 located underneath the Knight Management Center Faculty Building, as well as a lot across Campus Drive. Please allow plenty of time for parking. To relax prior to the show, a few picnic tables, benches, and lawn areas are located between Campus Drive and the Knight Management Center.
The Bowl is a more intimate venue than Dinkelspiel and provides seating for 200.
Tickets available in advance or at the door (subject to availability). Advance ticket purchases are recommended.
The Box Office will open 90 minutes before show time and seating will begin 30 minutes before show time.
Please click here for a Google map with icons and links to directions.
In the event of inclement weather, check the Stanford Savoyards website for updates. If a performance is cancelled due to rain, patrons will be given the option to either transfer their tickets to another performance (subject to availability) or receive a full refund.
Patience Trivia and Meet the Cast & Staff
Jeff Lampert portrays Colonel Calverley, named after notable Greek and Latin translator, Charles Stuart Calverley, who as a parodist was called the literary father of "the university school of humour". He is best known for "Ode To Tobacco" (poking fun at Longfellow), "To Beer" (Byron), and "The Cock and the Bull" (Browning). *
Jeff appeared a few months ago with Stanford Savoyards as Pish-Tush in The Mikado, and previously as The Lord Chancellor in Iolanthe, and in the chorus of Princess Ida. He also performs with Lyric Theatre of San Jose (Carpenter's Mate: HMS Pinafore, and in the chorus of The Mikado, The Sorcerer, and Ruddigore). In addition to being an accomplished clarinet and saxophone player, he enjoys early music, madrigal singing, and Commedia dell'Arte acting. Jeff is also a founding member of the improv troupes 3 A's and a J, and Your Logo Here.
Debuting with Stanford Savoyards, Juliet Peck is both Choreographer and Makeup Designer for Patience.
Juliet is the assistant artistic director and a principal dancer for the Santa Maria Civic Ballet. She has performed lead roles in Sleeping Beauty, Giselle, Nutcracker, Swan Lake, Firebird, The Magic Flute, and The Piper of Hamelin. Her music background includes both choral and solo, primarily in sacred and operatic music.
* Trivia courtesy of the Encyclopedia of British Humorists: Geoffrey Chaucer to John Cleese, Volume 2 edited by Steven H. Gale.