Friday, May 4, 2018
3:30-4:30 PM
Room W331, Wallace Dance and Theater Building
Lewis Arts complex
FREE and open to Princeton students, faculty & staff

Join Tessa Albertson ’20 and Professor Brian Herrera for a conversation about Albertson’s recent experience performing in The Low Road, a satire written by Bruce Norris (Clyborne Park) and directed by Michael Greif (Dear Evan Hansen, Rent, Next to Normal) at The Public Theater. In this conversation, Albertson will reflect critically about the work of being an actor in a professional ensemble piece, the importance of self-advocacy for younger professional theater artists, and the opportunity to balance being a professional actor and a full-time Princeton student this semester. This event is open to members of the Princeton University community. Light refreshments will be provided.

Professor Brian Herrera’s “The Creative Intellect” series invites notable scholars, performers and activists to reflect publicly on the analytic tools, techniques and modes that have most guided their artistic and/or intellectual practice.

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The third floor seminar room (W331) is located on the third floor of the Wallace Dance Building in the Lewis Arts complex.

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  • Program in Music Theater
  • Program in Theater