Student Workshops

THEATER + MUSIC THEATER PROGRAM WORKSHOPS

Open to all Princeton students. No experience required!

Past workshop topics include stage management training, beginners and grad school auditions, digital tools for designers, voice for actors, movement for actors, black acting methods, projection design concepts and practices,  and physical comedy for actors. Workshops are led by acclaimed guest artists including Crystal Dickinson, Mark Feuerstein, Peter Kim, Sharell Luckett, Katharine Powell Roman, Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Alex Volckhausen, and many others.

ADDITIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

Any Friday late afternoon throughout the academic year, come and read your draft of a play, or part of a play, out loud with your fellow students at Living Room Read. To be a part of these intimate and informal events, no matter how much or little experience you may have as a writer, contact janecox@princeton.edu.

 

*Workshops that are designated as ‘Masterclasses’ are open for RSVP for all students as observers, but you must apply to participate as a performer.

FALL 2020 WORKSHOPS

 

Fri Sep 25, 2020 - Fri Dec 18, 2020 · 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Intersections Theater Collective Gathering

Online · Presented by: Program in Music TheaterProgram in Theater

Intersections Theater Collective: A Collective for Black, Indigenous, Latinx, Asian, Pacific Islander, Middle Eastern, and Multiracial identifying theater makers at Princeton University. We offer this collective with the intention to help center the voices and needs of BIPOC students involved in theater and to build a community that can discuss, create, celebrate, grieve, and organize together. Meetings held weekly on Fridays throughout the fall semester.

Online · Presented by: Program in Theater

Korean-American composer, vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist Bora Yoon is an interdisciplinary artist who conjures stories through the combination of sound and visual art. Yoon gives an artist's talk in the context of the fall course, "Storytelling with Technology for Performance," taught by Andrea Lauer and David Bengali. FREE; open to Princeton students, faculty + staff.