The Professional Artists Lab and STAGE take part in famous Solvay Conference in Brussels
A staged reading of the Tony Award-winning play, Copenhagen, by Michael Frayn, starring Nobel Laureates David Gross and Alan Heeger as Werner Heisenberg and Niels Bohr, and Award-winning British actor Fiona Shaw as Margrethe Bohr, opens the 100th anniversary celebration of the legendary Solvay Conferences in Physics. Playwright Frayn attends and participates in a post-play discussion.
The Professional Artists Lab and the California NanoSystems Institute Announce the Results of the 4th STAGE International Script Competition
Based on a true story, this year's winning play is The Altruists, in which a scientistís very personal quest parallels his fundamental work in the field of evolutionary biology.
STAGE International Script Competition Continues to Thrive as STAGE Launches the new Collaboratory
Tony, Olivier, Pulitzer and Nobel-winning judges David Auburn, John Guare, David Lindsay-Abaire, Sir Anthony Leggett and Dr. Douglas Osheroff offer their services to the Competition for a second time, while STAGE's successful collaboration between scientists and artists leads to an expanded partnership.
Nobel Laureate Alan Heeger Presents $10,000 Prize to Winner of 3rd STAGE International Script Competition
Playwright Anna Ziegler receives her award at a brief ceremony on Saturday, April 11 at 8:00 p.m. at the Fountain Theatre in Los Angeles, immediately prior to a performance of the winning play, Photograph 51.
Winning Play of 2nd STAGE Script Competition has New York Production; Playwright Receives STAGE Award on Opening Night
Frequency Hopping, winner of the 2nd STAGE Script Competition, has its world premiere at the prestigious 3LD Art & Technology Center in New York City. Just prior to the curtain going up on opening night, playwright Elyse Singer receives her $10,000 STAGE award.
Winning Play in 1st STAGE Script Competition Featured in Staged Reading at REDCAT in Walt Disney Concert Hall Complex on January 28, 2007
UC Santa Barbara's Professional Artists Lab and the California NanoSystems Institute present a staged reading of Splitting Infinity, winner of the first STAGE International Script Competition, on Sunday, January 28, 2007 at REDCAT, the Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater, in the Walt Disney Concert Hall complex in Los Angeles. The staged reading appears on National Public Radio's "Science Friday" program. A videocast of the full award ceremony and reading is also available.