Theater Events

Chancellor Green Rotunda · Presented by: Princeton Public LibraryLewis Center for the ArtsCenter for African American StudiesCouncil on the HumanitiesProgram in Gender and Sexuality StudiesDepartment of English

This symposium brings together a multigenerational panel of speculative fiction writers, activists, filmmakers, academics, and artists to discuss the historical, present-and-future manifestations of a social reality we wish to create and thrive in.

Marie and Edward Matthews ’53 Acting Studio · Presented by: Council on the HumanitiesLewis Center for the ArtsDepartment of French and ItalianL’Avant-Scène

Is it possible to reconstruct your identity? Written by Koffi Kwahulé, Jaz is the monologue of a woman living in an abandoned housing project whose life has just been turned upside down by violence.

Marie and Edward Matthews ’53 Acting Studio · Presented by: Council on the HumanitiesLewis Center for the ArtsDepartment of French and ItalianL’Avant-Scène

How does a family cope with their grief after the loss of a son? Based on the first novel by celebrated contemporary writer Laurent Mauvignier, actor Rodolphe Dana's words give meaning to a silence that has lasted far too long.