In an intimate presentation, the Tony Award-winning actor and first wheelchair user to star on Broadway will perform and discuss her life, career, and the importance of advocacy, representation and inclusion.

This is an AccessAbility Center Signature Event, cosponsored by Princeton’s Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity, Lewis Center for the Arts, Gender and Sexuality Resource Center, and the Graduate School.

Tickets and Details

The event is free and open to Princeton students, faculty and staff. Reserve free tickets through University Ticketing; first log-in with Princeton netID to the ticketing website, then browse the event listings for these performances. Tickets will be available starting March 18.

Get directions to the Drapkin Studio and find other venue information for the arts complex.

COVID-19 Guidance + Updates

Per Princeton University policy, all guests must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to the maximum extent, which now includes a COVID booster shot for all those eligible to receive it. Additionally, all guests must wear a mask when indoors. The presenter may be unmasked while performing on stage.


access symbol for sign language interpretationaccess symbol for open captioning, two white O C letterssymbol for wheelchair accessibilityASL interpretation and real-time captioning (CART) will be provided. The event space is wheelchair accessible. Guests in need of other access accommodations can email for more information or other requests. Visit our Venues and Studios section for accessibility information at our various locations.

Presented By

  • Lewis Center for the Arts
  • Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity
  • AccessAbility Center
  • Gender and Sexuality Resource Center
  • Graduate School