Louis A. Simpson International Building · Presented by: Lewis Center for the Arts
This moderated discussion will explore the passions for—as well as the ambivalences about—this great world-historical city as it has been experienced, remembered, and imagined by three brilliant contemporary writers.
Lewis Arts complex · Presented by: Program in Theater
Multi-award-winning actor and director Ruben Santiago-Hudson leads an intimate conversation with Princeton students on “Building a Life in the Performing Arts as a Person of Color." Space limited; RSVP required to Jane Cox, firstname.lastname@example.org
Forum · Presented by: Lewis Center for the Arts
Concert by Princeton Atelier faculty member Lev "Ljova" Zhurbin, accordionist Patrick Farrell, vocalist Inna Barmash '01, clarinettist Vasko Dukovski, and Secret String Quartet members Jennifer Choi and Cornelius Dufallo on violin and Yves Dharamraj on cello
Labyrinth Books · Presented by: Labyrinth Books
Utopias fail. Utopias of one do not. They are perfect worlds. Yet their success comes at a cost. They are radically singular—and thus exclusive and inimitable. Hear how writers from disparate geopolitical contexts resist state and normative power to construct perfect worlds—for themselves alone.
Donald G. Drapkin Studio · Presented by: Program in Theater
Multi-award-winning actor/director and Visiting Belknap Fellow in the Humanities Council and the Program in Theater Ruben Santiago Hudson directs a reading of the play with professional actor Keith Randolph Smith along with Princeton students