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Man Shouts “Theater” In Crowded Fire

March 11, 2017 9:52 amComments Off on Man Shouts “Theater” In Crowded Fire
Man Shouts “Theater” In Crowded Fire
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Gaieties To Feature Cameos From Cal’s Entire Starting Defense

November 16, 2015 12:01 pmComments Off on Gaieties To Feature Cameos From Cal’s Entire Starting Defense
Gaieties To Feature Cameos From Cal’s Entire Starting Defense

Reports indicate that Gaieties, Stanford’s long-running musical that ridicules our enemies from across the Bay, will this year feature cameos from every athlete currently starting for the Bears’ defense. While this move may surprise many, given that these 11 men will be playing against Stanford on Saturday, many Cal players […]

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Theatre Review: Ukraine Rendition of Les Miserables Missing Flair

February 24, 2014 12:00 pmComments Off on Theatre Review: Ukraine Rendition of Les Miserables Missing Flair
Theatre Review: Ukraine Rendition of Les Miserables Missing Flair

The French Revolution classic Les Miserables has stolen the hearts of many over the years since its adaptation into a musical.  The ongoing Ukrainian performance of the moving piece, however, can only be described as “amateur.”  The actors, while competent, struggled to stand out against the life-like scenery of fiery […]

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Norovirus 2013: The Musical

November 15, 2013 9:00 amComments Off on Norovirus 2013: The Musical
Norovirus 2013: The Musical

The Stanford Drama Department has announced the upcoming premiere of their latest original production, Norovirus 2013: The Musical. Critics are already raving that this campy hit could be the next Wicked. The musical follows the picaresque misadventures of plucky young Stanford freshman student Chuck Smith, as he ventures through the […]

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Supreme Court Mulls Constitutional Right to Shout “Fire” in an Empty Theater

February 17, 2011 9:00 amComments Off on Supreme Court Mulls Constitutional Right to Shout “Fire” in an Empty Theater
Supreme Court Mulls Constitutional Right to Shout “Fire” in an Empty Theater

In a decision expected to be handed down Thursday, the Supreme Court will rule on whether the First Amendment grants citizens the right to falsely shout “fire” in an empty theater and cause panic and alarm among little to no theater patrons. The defendant, Robert Dansby, was charged by the […]

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