Theater Events

Marie and Edward Matthews ’53 Acting Studio · Presented by: Program in Music TheaterPrinceton AtelierProgram in Creative WritingProgram in DanceProgram in TheaterProgram in Visual Arts

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Frick Chemistry Lab · Presented by: Lewis Center for the ArtsCouncil of the HumanitiesInstitut FrançaisCultural Services of the French EmbassyDepartment of French and ItalianL’Avant-ScènePrinceton Institute for International and Regional Studies

Roland Auzet stages and sets to music the famous play by Bernard-Marie Koltès for an all-new version, with a twist: each spectator will be given a set of headphones

Marie and Edward Matthews ’53 Acting Studio · Presented by: Institut FrançaisCouncil of the HumanitiesCultural Services of the French EmbassyLewis Center for the ArtsDepartment of French and ItalianL’Avant-Scène

Written for the 2011 Avignon Festival, the play Closing of Love was awarded the 2012 Prix de la Meilleure création d’une pièce en langue française (Best French Language Play) by the Syndicat de la Critique and the Grand Prix de littérature dramatique by the Centre national du théâtre. Closing of Love has been performed over 140 times.

Class of 1970 Theater at Whitman College · Presented by: Institut FrançaisCouncil of the HumanitiesCultural Services of the French EmbassyLewis Center for the ArtsDepartment of French and ItalianL’Avant-Scène

From interviews, emails, texts, administrative documents and other “real sources,” Mohamed El Khatib (re)constructs a delicate tale of mourning about the death of his mother alone on stage in a touching piece of work that achieves a certain timelessness.

Fri Sep 30, 2016 - Sat Oct 1, 2016 · 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Seuls en Scène 2016 presents Mon Grand Amour (My Great Love)

TBD · Presented by: Institut FrançaisCouncil of the HumanitiesCultural Services of the French EmbassyLewis Center for the ArtsDepartment of French and ItalianL’Avant-Scène

Mon grand amour is the story of a place. A place changed by the life of another place, far away, in Saigon, a city whose name changed, that is no more and that has been displaced.

Marie and Edward Matthews ’53 Acting Studio · Presented by: Lewis Center for the ArtsCouncil of the HumanitiesInstitut FrançaisCultural Services of the French EmbassyDepartment of French and ItalianL’Avant-ScènePrinceton Institute for International and Regional Studies

April 19, 2013 marked the 70th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising, after which it was destroyed. Today in France, there are barely ten individuals still alive who were in the Warsaw Ghetto. Paul Felenbok is one of these survivors.