So Many Performances this Weekend, So Little Time

Posted by at 3:06PM

Amidst the crazy fake tabling shenanigans today, there were a bunch of groups advertising their real performances–underscoring the fact that, being the final weekend before dead week (which is just like any other week these days), there are a ton of student performances. Here’s what’s going on, and if there’s any I missed, please comment below!:
Shamrock-Poster-2010.jpgThe Harmonics: ShamRock! You don’t even have to go for the a capella–this show will probably be much more memorable for a lot of energy and impressive/ridiculous/mind-blowing laser light extravaganza. I honestly don’t know what’s going to happen, but you may have to exit the theater like this.
Time: Tonight, 7:30pm
Cost: Free presale w/SUID; $10 general
Location: Cubberley Auditorium
Buy tickets here
robberbarons.jpgRobber Barons Sketch Comedy: Olympic Athletes. Stanford’s sketch comedy group, The Robber Barons, is having its winter show tonight and tomorrow. Since I am in this group, I cannot comment on the show itself, but I guarantee you that it will have nothing to do with the Olympics or athletes.
Time: Tonight, 8pm and 10pm, Tomorrow (Sat) 8pm
Location: Braun Music Center, Campbell Recital Hall
Reserve tickets here
taikonorcalflyer1.jpgStanford Taiko: Stanford’s Japanese drumming group, Taiko, is hosting the first ever Norcal Collegiate Taiko Tour. This show will feature UC Davis and UC Berkeley as well as Stanford’s own group. You can never forget how legit Taiko is because they make their own drums.
Time: Tomorrow (Sat) 2:30 pm
Cost: $5 Students, $10 General
Location: Dinkelspiel Auditorium
dv8.jpgdv8 enCounterCulture: A whole lot of dancing, all in one place. dv8’s EnCounter Culture brings together a bunch of Stanford dance groups (Alliance, Catch a Fyah, others) and outside groups in one big dancestravaganza. That’s like an extravaganza, but with a beat and people who are painfully flexible.
Time: Sunday 7 pm
Cost: $5 Presale, $7 door
Location: Dinkelspiel Auditorium
If you are dreading dead week, check out one or more of these performances–it’s not procrastination if you’re having a good time.



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