Music Theater Events

Marie and Edward Matthews ’53 Acting Studio · Presented by: Program in Music TheaterPrinceton AtelierProgram in Theater

Inspired by the structure and content of Mozart’s 40th Symphony, (This is NOT)* Mozart Symphony #40 - An Immersive Experience of Extended Technique, utilizes visual art, theatrical lighting, scenic and installation design, as well as movement and musical performance as a means of exploring this seminal work and the fundamental nature of composition and creativity. Join composer/conductor Jayce Ogren and theatrical designer/director Michael Counts in collaboration with students from a fall Princeton Atelier course as they shatter assumptions and present a new work that inspired by at this iconic classical work. *This is really NOT a concert.

Marie and Edward Matthews ’53 Acting Studio · Presented by: Program in Music TheaterPrinceton AtelierProgram in Theater

Inspired by the structure and content of Mozart’s 40th Symphony, (This is NOT)* Mozart Symphony #40 - An Immersive Experience of Extended Technique, utilizes visual art, theatrical lighting, scenic and installation design, as well as movement and musical performance as a means of exploring this seminal work and the fundamental nature of composition and creativity. Join composer/conductor Jayce Ogren and theatrical designer/director Michael Counts in collaboration with students from a fall Princeton Atelier course as they shatter assumptions and present a new work that inspired by at this iconic classical work. *This is really NOT a concert.

Arts Council of Princeton · Presented by: Program in TheaterPrinceton UniversityArts Council of Princeton

A presentation of work created by Princeton students from Brian Herrera’s “Autobiographical Storytelling: Princeton, Slavery, and Me” fall theater course. Working in an array of storytelling modes, course participants will 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.

Presented by: Princeton University

Undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral researchers and other nonfaculty researchers are encouraged to apply to present their research or creative work in the arts. Share with the campus community the findings from your research internship, your junior paper, senior thesis, dissertation, postdoctoral research or other work.

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