Donald G. Drapkin Studio · Presented by: Program in Theater
Jiehae Park’s darkly comedic take on Shakespeare’s Macbeth explores the very ambitious and cut-throat world of high school during college admissions and racial stereotypes. This workshop production features theater seniors Raye Kessler and Regina Zeng; directed by faculty member Nehassaiu deGannes.
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.