A collaborative performance of work inspired by Shakespeare’s plays featuring Princeton students alongside residents of the Triad House and the Rainbow House in Trenton, NJ. The project is directed by Adin Walker ’16. On March 11 at 6:00 p.m.,Windows will be performed at the Carl Fields Center on the University Campus followed by a panel discussion about community-based theater with Michelle Hensley, the artistic director of Minneapolis-based theater company Ten Thousand Things. Reception to follow. Free and open to the public.
Triad House and Rainbow House are both part of LifeTies, Inc. “Founded in 1982, it is the mission of LifeTies, Inc. to provide quality care and services to youth in crisis due to sexual orientation, gender, abuse, neglect, homelessness, and various health issues including HIV/AIDS, Lupus, and Diabetes.”