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The listings below include arts events presented by departments & groups across the Princeton campus. Click "LCA Events" above to view Lewis Center events only.

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Sep
19
Thu

“The Work of Several Lifetimes”

ThuSep  192019 /  10:00 am

An exhibition of new work created over the past year by 2018-19 Hodder Fellow Mario Moore includes etchings, drawings, and large-scale paintings of Black men and women who work at or around the Princeton University campus in blue collar jobs.

Fellowships
Hurley Gallery

Sep
23
Mon

Lecture/Workshop with Ayanda Clarke: The Relationship Between Music and Dance

MonSep  232019 /  2:30 pm

Chief Ayanda Clarke leads a lecture/workshop as part of Dyane Harvey-Salaam’s fall dance course, “The American Dance Experience and Africanist Dance Practices.”

Dance
Hearst Dance Theater

Sep
23
Mon

Conversation about Theatrical Consent

MonSep  232019 /  4:45 pm

Associate Professor of Theater Brian Herrera will lead this conversation centering on issues of theatrical consent.

Donald G. Drapkin Studio

Sep
24
Tue

Movement for Actors Workshop

TueSep  242019 /  4:45 pm

A strong and flexible physical presence is crucial to an actor. Come to this workshop in comfortable clothes, prepared to move. Led by Lecturer in Theater and professional actor Nehassaiu de Gannes.

Godfrey Kerr Theater Studio

Sep
25
Wed

Seuls en Scène 2019 presents blablabla

WedSep  252019 /  4:00 pm

With Blablabla, Joris Lacoste and Emmanuelle Lafon orchestrate, for the first time, a children’s version of their Encyclopédie de la parole. In this piece, devised using recordings of all different kinds, an actress-singer-performer explores how children hear. Thus, the question is not what is their point of view, but what is their “point of hearing?” This show is designed for adult and child (age 6+) audiences alike.

French Theater Festival
Wallace Theater

Sep
25
Wed

Labyrinth Live at the Library Presents Joyce Carol Oates

WedSep  252019 /  7:00 pm

A reading and conversation with the acclaimed writer and Princeton Professor, Emerita, Joyce Carol Oates, who will be reading from and discussing her new novel, "My Life as a Rat: a Novel."

Faculty
Princeton Public Library

Sep
25
Wed

Reading by Yusef Komunyakaa, David Treuer, and Maxine Hong Kingston

WedSep  252019 /  7:30 pm

In celebration of its 80th Anniversary, the Program in Creative Writing kicks off the season with a reading by Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Yusef Komunyakaa, Ojibwe novelist and non-fiction writer David Treuer '92, and National Book Award-winning writer Maxine Hong Kingston as part of the Althea Ward Clark W'21 Reading Series.

Creative Writing
Richardson Auditorium

Sep
25
Wed

Seuls en Scène 2019 presents blablabla

WedSep  252019 /  8:00 pm

With Blablabla, Joris Lacoste and Emmanuelle Lafon orchestrate, for the first time, a children’s version of their Encyclopédie de la parole. In this piece, devised using recordings of all different kinds, an actress-singer-performer explores how children hear. Thus, the question is not what is their point of view, but what is their “point of hearing?” This show is designed for adult and child (age 6+) audiences alike.

French Theater Festival
Wallace Theater

Sep
26
Thu

Fornesian Playwriting in the Twenty-first Century

ThuSep  262019 /  12:00 pm

In this interactive discussion, acclaimed playwright and scholar Anne García-Romero will consider the ground-breaking playwriting pedagogy developed by award-winning Cuban-American playwright María Irene Fornés (1930-2018). Open to Princeton University students, faculty and staff. RSVP required.

Theater
Seminar Room W331, Wallace Dance Building

Sep
26
Thu

Radical Nonfiction Film Series: Bisbee ’17

ThuSep  262019 /  7:00 pm

The "Radical Nonfiction: Fantasy, Observation and Elasticity in the Documentary Film" series kicks off with a screening of Robert Greene’s film Bisbee ’17. Set in Bisbee, Arizona, an eccentric old mining town, the film combines collaborative documentary, western and musical elements to follow several members of the close-knit community as they attempt to reckon with their town’s darkest hour.

Visual Arts
James Stewart Film Theater

Sep
26
Thu

Seuls en Scène 2019 presents La loi des prodiges

ThuSep  262019 /  8:00 pm

Seuls en Scène 2019 presents The Prodigies' Law. In this enthralling one-man show, François de Brauer creates twenty captivating characters using minimal props and costumes. We follow the story of Remi Goutard, who from his birth, develops a hatred for the arts and holds a persistent grudge against artists and performers. When appointed as a Congressman at the National Assembly, he strives to get rid of all cultural events and artists who wish to reintegrate into society. In this show, Brauer also introduces us to other intriguing personalities such as Remi’s schizophrenic father and an Argentinian psychoanalyst. Brauer’s artistry at creating multiple characters and transforming subtly from one to another has been hailed by critics as a tour de force.

French Theater Festival
Marie and Edward Matthews ’53 Acting Studio

Sep
27
Fri

Seuls en Scène 2019 presents La loi des prodiges

FriSep  272019 /  8:00 pm

Seuls en Scène 2019 presents The Prodigies' Law. In this enthralling one-man show, François de Brauer creates twenty captivating characters using minimal props and costumes. We follow the story of Remi Goutard, who from his birth, develops a hatred for the arts and holds a persistent grudge against artists and performers. When appointed as a Congressman at the National Assembly, he strives to get rid of all cultural events and artists who wish to reintegrate into society. In this show, Brauer also introduces us to other intriguing personalities such as Remi’s schizophrenic father and an Argentinian psychoanalyst. Brauer’s artistry at creating multiple characters and transforming subtly from one to another has been hailed by critics as a tour de force.

French Theater Festival
Marie and Edward Matthews ’53 Acting Studio

Sep
28
Sat

Seuls en Scène 2019 presents Radio Live

SatSep  282019 /  2:00 pm

Since 2012, radio journalists and producers Aurélie Charon and Caroline Gillet have explored innovative documentary formats; their voices already well known to listeners of France Inter and France Culture, this duo, together with illustrator Amélie Bonnin, have developed a live program on stage accompanied by music, archives, and real-life exchanges.

French Theater Festival
Wallace Theater

Sep
28
Sat

Seuls en Scène 2019 presents Radio Live

SatSep  282019 /  8:00 pm

Since 2012, radio journalists and producers Aurélie Charon and Caroline Gillet have explored innovative documentary formats; their voices already well known to listeners of France Inter and France Culture, this duo, together with illustrator Amélie Bonnin, have developed a live program on stage accompanied by music, archives, and real-life exchanges.

French Theater Festival
Wallace Theater

Sep
28
Sat

Theatre Intime’s 24 Hour Play Festival

SatSep  282019 /  8:00 pm

Beginning with nothing but a few crazy prompts, student directors, designers, and actors set out to write, rehearse, and perform a play in under 24 hours.

Theater
Hamilton Murray Theater in Murray Dodge Hall