Winner of the 2008 Deans Award For Outstanding Student Organization and 2009 ASSU Student Organization of the Year Award


Please Sign STAMP's Special Fees Petition!

4 Mar 2011 4:00 pm
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The Stanford Theatre Activist Mobilization Project puts on several theater pieces each year, using theater to cultivate discussion and social change. All performances are free and open to the Stanford community and general public. We seek to educate, inspire, and mobilize people to take political action. In addition, we go to local high schools, colleges, and community organizations, sharing the voices of Stanford students about issues such as mental health, body image, and LGBTQ issues through monologue performance and discussion.

Now we ned your help to secure a major part of our funding for the coming year. To get onto the ASSU's Special Fees ballot, we need 1024 signatures on the form below. Please take a few seconds to sign!

Petition deadline is March 4 at 4pm.

SIGN HERE: http://petitions.stanford.edu/petitions/stamp

Join the Facebook group and invite friends here: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=153579961366984

Performances of "Ask, Tell"

4 Mar 2011 8:00 pm
5 Mar 2011 8:00 pm
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A series of anonymously student-written monologues on queer identity at Stanford, performed both in theater spaces and in dorms, along with panel discussions after the performances. 

Stage Performances: March 4 & 5


LGBTQ Monologue Auditions

24 Jan 2011 7:00 pm
24 Jan 2011 10:00 pm
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In February, we will perform a series of anonymously student-written monologues on queer identity at Stanford, both in theater spaces and in dorms, along with panel discussions after the performances.

Auditions for actors:
Monday Jan 24th from 7-10pm
Roble 17 

If you are interested in directing, contact: snygaard@stanford.edu

LGBTQ Monologue Submissions

29 Nov 2010
US/Pacific

In February, we will perform a series of monologues on queer identity at Stanford, both in theater spaces and in dorms, along with panel discussions after the performances.

So now we're asking for anonymous, true stories about your experiences!  We want to channel the real voices of students to raise awareness about the widespread and varied experiences of LGBTQ students, their friends, and the Stanford Community.

For more information, or to submit a monologue, visit http://bit.ly/ca1N6E.
Submission deadline: November 29

PAWN Performances

3 Nov 2010
13 Nov 2010
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Pawn is a folk rock musical play that follows Abraham Niu, an Asian Canadian soldier fighting in Kandahar, Afghanistan, as he ventures into the darkest night of his life.


Wednesday-Saturday 11/3-6 - Nitery 
Wednesday 11/10 - FloMo 
Thursday 11/12 - Okada 
Friday-Saturday 11/12-13 - Roble Dorm Theater 
all shows at 7pm


Hijabi Monologue Auditions

6 Oct 2010 8:00 pm
7 Oct 2010 10:00 pm
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Female Actors needed for
The Hijabi Monologues

A series of serious and comedic monologues, inspired by the Vagina Monologues, about what it is like to be Muslim, and a woman, in America

Actors of ALL experience levels, and ethnic and religious backgrounds, are encouraged to audition

Wednesday & Thursday, October 6 and 7 in Roble Studio 33
from 8 pm - 10 pm
E-mail hijabi.stanford@gmail.com for an audition slot.  Walk-ins are welcome, too!

Hijabi Monologues

6 Nov 2010 7:00 pm
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STAMP and MSAN are bringing Hijabi Monologues to Stanford on Novemeber 6 This is inspired from Vagina Monologues and basically discusses issues relating to American-Muslim women. It has been performed and appreciated on many campuses across the nation. Come watch! The founder-cum-writer (Sahar Ullah) is going to be there to introduce and answer questions later.

Saturday, November 6
7pm
Cubberly Auditorium


Company Interviews

2 Oct 2010 12:00 pm
3 Oct 2010 3:00 pm
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Interviews for prospective members of the STAMP company, including actors, designers, directors, stage managers - everyone!

October 2-3, noon-3pm
1st floor of the Fire Truck House

PAWN Auditions

27 Sep 2010 6:00 pm
28 Sep 2010 10:00 pm
US/Pacific

PAWN, by Stanford undergrad Karmia Cao
A folk-rock musical that follows Abraham Niu, an Asian Canadian soldier fighting in Kandahar, Afghanistan, as he ventures into the darkest night of his life.

http://www.pawnthemusical.com/

Auditions September 27,28
6-10 pm
Prosser Studio Theater (in MemAud)

Stanford Theatre Activist Mobilization Project


STAMP's mission is to create theatre to educate and mobilize people for progressive social change. We collaborate with other groups, to help promote your cause. Interested in joining? We need actors, producers, theatre techs, directors, activists, and any other people excited about social justice and collaborative work. Want to get announcements about our upcoming projects? Subscribe to our announce list, where we post our show and project updates. 


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