Working in an array of storytelling modes, students from Brian Herrera’s fall theater course share stories about how the history of slavery at Princeton University guides, informs, or challenges our ethical and moral understandings of the stories we choose to tell about ourselves.
Wallace Theater · Presented by: Program in Theater
In Iceland, on the cusp of Obama’s election and the Icelandic financial crisis of 2008, an interracial family battles the toxicity of white homogeny and opposing understandings of racial constructs. The inescapable transnational legacy of American racial oppression and prejudice quickly exposes the fragility of the idyllic world around them. Directed by theater senior Abby Jean-Baptiste.