Frost Amphitheater

  • On April 8, Margaret Atwood will take the stage in a special discussion event. In preparation, take a tour through several of Atwood’s major achievements.

  • In February, Back to Back Theatre brings their new play The Shadow Whose Prey the Hunter Becomes, an ambitious work that takes on the social impact of automation, ethics, and the changing role of intelligence.

  • Film director Carl Theodor Dreyer never settled on a score to accompany his 1928 silent masterpiece The Passion of Joan of Arc. Will the Orlando Consort’s a cappella version – using medieval songs composed in the saint’s lifetime – prove a more fitting soundtrack?

  • An Interview with Jason Moran by Loren Schoenberg, Senior Scholar at the National Jazz Museum in Harlem

  • Manual Cinema returns to Stanford Live with a multimedia production celebrating the life and poetry of Chicago poet Gwendolyn Brooks.

  • Ahead of Liping's Rite of Spring this February, learn why she is known as the "Peacock Princess" and how she became an international dance legend without formal training.

  • As we head into the next decade, enjoy a selection of photos from our 2019-20 season examining the intersection of art and politics.

  • Photos from BROCKHAMPTON at Frost

  • Photos of Willie Nelson performing at Frost

  • Photos from The National show with special guest Alvvays