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David Mamet Lecture: Art, Politics, Judaism, and The Mind of David Mamet

Posted by challahbackgirl on January 21, 2009

David Mamet Lecture: Art, Politics,Judaism, and The Mind of David Mamet

Wednesday, January 28 2009
7:00 PM
Memorial Auditorium, Stanford University (see map)

A unique voice in contemporary letters, David Mamet is an Academy Award-nominated screenwriter and a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright as well as a director, novelist, poet and essayist. Mamet’s prolific stage and screen history includes The Untouchables, House of Games, The Spanish Prisoner, The Winslow Boy, Wag the Dog, Oleanna, Speed-the-Plow, American Buffalo and Glengarry Glen Ross. His recent analysis of the modern Jewish psyche, The Wicked Son, is a scathing look at anti-Semitism and a lament over what he variously calls “lapsed”, “fallen-away”, “opted-out” or “conflicted winter” Jews. In trademark Mamet style, The Wicked Son is blunt, bracing and refreshingly original.  Presented by Hillel at Stanford and the ASSU Speakers Bureau.

TICKET INFORMATION:

Non-Stanford ID holders: Tickets are $20. To purchase, click here

Stanford ID holders: Free tickets will be distributed January 26, 27 and 28 from 12:00 – 1:00pm in White Plaza.  One ticket per SUID.  Maximum 2 SUID’s per person.

Community partners:  Congregation Beth Am, Congregation Beth David, Congregation Emek Beracha, and Congregation Kol Emeth.

Stanford campus sponsors: Hillel at Stanford, the ASSU Speakers Bureau, the Drama Department, the Jewish Students Association, Stanford Institute for Creativity and the Arts, the Taube Center for Jewish Studies, and the Religious Studies Department.

For more information contact Adina at adanzig [at] stanford.edu

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