Theater Events

Mon May 2, 2016 - Wed May 4, 2016 · 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Princeton Unmasked

Frist Campus Center

Students in the spring theater course, “Movements for Diversity in American Theater,” explore identities onstage and questions of diversity in the performing arts at Princeton

Trinity Episcopal Cathedral · Presented by: McCarter Theatre Center

McCarter Theatre Center’s annual tradition of A Christmas Carol will be renewed and reimagined for the stage in December 2016 and will include a Community Ensemble, made up of local performers who help bring the story to life. We are actively seeking people of all ages, physical abilities, races, genders, and levels of experience to people our ensemble and embody the incredible diversity and talent of our local communities. All are welcome to audition!

Frist Campus Center · Presented by: Office of the Dean of the Graduate SchoolOffice of the Dean for ResearchOffice of the Dean of the FacultyOffice of the Dean of the CollegePrinceton University

A campus-wide celebration of the research and creative endeavors by Princeton University undergraduates, graduate students and post-doctoral researchers.

Thu May 5, 2016 - Sat May 7, 2016 · 8:00 pm

I. M. LOST!, a show about clowns

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

A new one-person, devised ethnographic play based on interviews with people who clown, written and performed by senior Nathalie Ellis-Einhorn and directed by senior Oge Ude

Fri May 6, 2016 - Sun May 8, 2016 · 8:00 pm

The Seven Deadly Sins

Taplin Auditorium · Presented by: Program in Theater

Seven Deadly sins is a ballet chanté written by Kurt Weill and Bertolt Brecht written in 1933. Kurt Weill's evocative, languid and dark piece follows Anna who as a Brechtian theatrical choice is portrayed by both a singer and a dancer.