Program  Schedule

Watch the livestream of The Moral and Intellectual Legacy of Paul Farmer

Memorial Program
10 – 11:30 a.m.
Doors open at 9:15 a.m. Guests are asked to be seated by 9:45 a.m., and the program will begin promptly at 10 a.m. latecomers will be seated at the discretion of theatre management.
Musicians:
Christine Shrock MD, violin Child Neurology Resident, Boston Children's Hospital.  
Ellen Shrock, violin  PhD candidate, Harvard BBS Graduate Program Program
Lisa Wong MD, viola   Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School
Grant Riew, cello   Medical student, Harvard Medical School
Solon Gordon, piano  Software engineer

Lunch
11:30 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.
A lunch will be held in a tent behind Sever Hall, which is a short walk from Sanders Theatre.

Inaugural Symposium  
1 – 3:30 p.m. 
Guests are asked to be seated by 12:50 p.m., and the program will begin  promptly at 1 p.m.

All times are U.S. Eastern Time

Health Guidelines

All are encouraged to wear masks. If needed, masks will be available upon request.

All attendees must self-attest to their current health status (e.g., no current infection, symptoms, or recent exposure to others with COVID-19).

All attendees must self-attest to the following:

  • I am fully vaccinated against COVID-19 using a vaccine authorized by the FDA or WHO and have received my booster (if eligible), or
  • I qualify for exemption based upon age, a medical contraindication, or firmly held religious belief.
  • I agree to share with Harvard University Health Services proof of my vaccination status if I am identified as an exposed person through public health contact tracing efforts.
  • If not fully vaccinated, I have received a negative PCR or antigen test result in the last 24 hours.
  1. If you are unable to self-attest to any of the above statements, please join us via livestream rather than come in person.
  • Directions

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    Map

  • Parking

    Broadway Garage

    The Broadway Garage is located at 7 Felton Street, between Broadway and Cambridge Streets. Patrons tell the attendant that they are attending a Sanders Theatre event. You will receive a swipe ticket which tyou use to get back into the garage after the event and will use to exit.  Call us at 617.496.2222 with questions.

  • Public Transportation

    MBTA from the South

    • Drive to Braintree MBTA station parking garage (Braintree exit 17 off of Route 3 coming from Cape Cod or the South Shore).
    • Take the Red Line in the direction of Alewife to "Harvard".
    • Allow approximately 45 minutes for the subway portion of the trip.

    MBTA from the North

    • Drive to the Alewife MBTA station parking garage.
    • Take the Red Line.
    • Get off at the third stop; "Harvard".
    • Allow fifteen minutes for subway portion of the trip.

    MBTA from the West

    • Drive to Riverside MBTA station in Newton, the western terminus of one branch of the Green Line (Exit 22A from Route 128), where there is an open-air parking lot.
    • Take the Green Line to the "Park Street" stop. Go downstairs, following signs marked "Red Line to Alewife".
    • Take train in the direction of Alewife four stops to "Harvard".
    • Allow 45 minutes for subway portion of the trip.

     

  • Accessibility

    Sanders Theatre is wheelchair accessible on the floor level with ramp entrances at both ends of the transept (lobby). Note: the Theatre does not provide wheelchairs. Accessible seating in the theatre is on Orchestra level only, sold at all price levels based upon availability. There are elevators in the building that lead to restrooms in the basement; however, not to Mezzanine or Balcony seating.

    Sanders Theatre is equipped with assisted listening devices for hearing enhancement. Please check with the box office manager or production manager to borrow a device. Our Sennheiser Infrared Assistive Listening System devices include both Sennheiser RI 100-J stethophone receivers and EZT 100 Induction Neckloops for use with hearing aids.

    Sanders Theatre allows service animals in the theatre to accompany an event attendee. Service Animals must be harnessed, leashed, or tethered, unless these devices interfere with the Service Animal’s work or the individual’s disability prevents using these devices. In that case, the individual must maintain control of the animal through voice, signal, or other effective means. Read more about Service Animals from the Harvard University Disability Resources.

    Accessible parking at Sanders Theatre: There is no parking at Sanders Theatre itself. Patrons may be dropped off in the circle driveway on the Kirkland Street side of Sanders Theatre near the accessible entrance. We encourage patrons to park at either the Broadway Garage or the 52 Oxford Street Garage. The Broadway Garage is accessible with a few spaces on the first floor that can be used for accessible parking. There are curb cuts at all crosswalks between the garage and the Theatre. If necessary, a limited number of accessible parking spaces may be available in a nearby location by advance arrangement only. It is extremely difficult to honor requests received less than 2 business days prior to an event - please plan ahead and contact the office as early as possible. To arrange for an Accessible Parking Space in a nearby parking lot, please contact University Disability Resources via email at disabilityresources@harvard.edu, via phone at 617-495-1859 or via TTY at 617-496-0466.

  • Theatre Emergency Exits

    Exit diagram

  • Lost and Found

    Lost and Found 

    Call 617.496.4595 or visit Memorial Hall 027. Harvard University is not responsible for lost or stolen property.