Events

Musical Movie Night Series: Remembering Stephen Sondheim

Phone rings, door chimes, in comes company! Join Lewis Center Student Advisor Molly Bremer '22 and theater certificate student Jay White ’24 each week for a musical theater movie night. Offered each week on Thursday evenings, this series surveys and honors the work of the late great composer/lyricist Stephen Sondheim, featuring a different musical each week. Take advantage of a relaxing and fun opportunity to get together with fellow students and enjoy all-time-great works of art, whether you’re familiar with Sondheim’s work or not. Please, join us, for one week or for all. Attend the tale! FREE; no RSVP required. Open to all Princeton students.

Seminar Room W331, Wallace Dance Building

Musical Movie Night Series: Remembering Stephen Sondheim

Phone rings, door chimes, in comes company! Join Lewis Center Student Advisor Molly Bremer '22 and theater certificate student Jay White ’24 each week for a musical theater movie night. Offered each week on Thursday evenings, this series surveys and honors the work of the late great composer/lyricist Stephen Sondheim, featuring a different musical each week. Take advantage of a relaxing and fun opportunity to get together with fellow students and enjoy all-time-great works of art, whether you’re familiar with Sondheim’s work or not. Please, join us, for one week or for all. Attend the tale! FREE; no RSVP required. Open to all Princeton students.

Seminar Room W331, Wallace Dance Building

BIPOC Theater-Makers Group

The BIPOC* Theater-Makers Group is a space that is held for Black, Indigenous, Latinx, Asian, Pacific Islander, Middle Eastern, and Multiracial identifying theater makers at Princeton University. We offer this casual, drop-in weekly space to help center the voices and needs of BIPOC students involved in theater. FREE; for Princeton students only.

N602, Arts Tower

Behind the Curtain: An Introduction to Backstage Roles in the Performing Arts

What the heck is a stage manager? Who arranges those awesome lights at all those on-campus dance shows? What about that set? If you've asked yourself those questions or wondered how to get involved in the performing arts without stepping in the spotlight, then join Angelica Qin '23 to learn about design/production roles. FREE; open to all Princeton students.

Wallace Theater, Lewis Arts complex

Translating Theater Co-Curricular Class

A series of drop-in workshops led by translator-in-residence Jeremy Tiang, for theater in translation. Bring along pages from your play translations to hear them read out loud, or just show up to participate. Come explore what happens to theater when it moves across boundaries of language and culture. No experience in theater or translating required. Held on select Mondays throughout the semester. FREE; for Princeton students only. *3/28 class held in Godfrey Kerr Studio

Tilghman Studio

Musical Movie Night Series: Remembering Stephen Sondheim

Phone rings, door chimes, in comes company! Join Lewis Center Student Advisor Molly Bremer '22 and theater certificate student Jay White ’24 each week for a musical theater movie night. Offered each week on Thursday evenings, this series surveys and honors the work of the late great composer/lyricist Stephen Sondheim, featuring a different musical each week. Take advantage of a relaxing and fun opportunity to get together with fellow students and enjoy all-time-great works of art, whether you’re familiar with Sondheim’s work or not. Please, join us, for one week or for all. Attend the tale! FREE; no RSVP required. Open to all Princeton students.

Seminar Room W331, Wallace Dance Building

New Works Festival I: Lia by Meigan Clark

Lia, an original play based loosely on Shakespeare's "Hamlet," tells Ophelia's untold story, drawing on and ultimately subverting many elements of the original play. Written by senior Meigan Clark '22 and directed by senior Ines Aitsahalia '22. FREE and open to University community; tickets required.

Wallace Theater, Lewis Arts complex

New Works Festival I: Lia by Meigan Clark

Lia, an original play based loosely on Shakespeare's "Hamlet," tells Ophelia's untold story, drawing on and ultimately subverting many elements of the original play. Written by senior Meigan Clark '22 and directed by senior Ines Aitsahalia '22. FREE and open to University community; tickets required.

Wallace Theater, Lewis Arts complex

BIPOC Theater-Makers Group

The BIPOC* Theater-Makers Group is a space that is held for Black, Indigenous, Latinx, Asian, Pacific Islander, Middle Eastern, and Multiracial identifying theater makers at Princeton University. We offer this casual, drop-in weekly space to help center the voices and needs of BIPOC students involved in theater. FREE; for Princeton students only.

N602, Arts Tower

New Works Festival I: B + M by Silma Berrada

The Bittersweet Ballad of Blessed & Messiah. Girl meets boy. Or boy meets girl. Boy falls in and out of. And girl falls through. Blessed fell for somebody who spoke in her own language—metaphors and rhymes. However, she realizes words are just words sometimes. Nothing more. Nothing less. A new interdisciplinary work created by Silma Berrada '22. Open to University community; free tickets required. Art installation also on view in CoLab from 12-6 PM on 2/19.

CoLab

Theatre Intime presents A Doll’s House by Henrik Ibsen

Nora thinks she is happy in her marriage until a past lie bubbles to the surface. "A Doll's House" is the story of how a woman finds her voice and takes agency over her own life. Theatre Intime's reimagining of Ibsen's classic play takes place in a literal doll's house. Open to public; tickets required.

Student Groups
Hamilton Murray Theater in Murray Dodge Hall