Playwright Wendy Wasserstein wrote topical, humorous plays addressing relationships among women and their families, taking the temperature of social moments from the 1960s onward to debate women’s rightful place in their professional and personal lives. A conversation between critic, teacher, author, and Dean of the College Jill Dolan and Lewis Center Chair Michael Cadden.
An intimate portrayal of the self as mediator between the world outside and the world within, through new songs based in the folk traditions of America and the Old World. Written by Princeton senior Evan Gedrich, directed by alumnus Ryan Gedrich '16, and staged by a cast of actor-musicians.
This symposium focuses on the intersection of Engineering and the Arts. Featuring a performance and showcase of works on Thursday evening followed on Friday by panel sessions and a keynote lecture by American sculptor and fiber artist Janet Echelman. Events take place at the Lewis Arts complex and the Friend Center Convocation Room on the University campus.
Maclean House · Presented by: Program in Theater
Hailed as "a classic of feminist drama and a touchstone for many theatre artists," this beloved play by Maria Irene Fornés explores women’s relationships with one another. Featuring theater seniors Lydia Watt and Alex Vogelsang; directed by Bob Sandberg.
Wallace Theater · Presented by: Program in Theater
A conversation with two playwrights influenced by María Irene Fornés whose plays will be performed as the Program in Theater's spring show. Moderated by Dr. Anne García-Romero and presented in conjunction with the 2018 Latinx Theater Commons María Irene Fornés Institute Symposium at Princeton University