Watch a one-time only, free, live reading of the new comedy series penned by students in comedian and disability advocate Maysoon Zayid's spring course, “The Writers Room,” as the students share their hilarious midterms. FREE and open to public; tickets required.
Filmmaker Rob Herring screens his and Ryan Wirick's award-winning documentary film, "The Need to GROW," an intimate look into the hearts of activists and innovators in the food movement, followed by a Q&A discussion via Zoom. Part of the Black Earth film series organized by Princeton's Deana Lawson and Tina Campt. Free and open to the public; advance tickets required through University Ticketing. Virtual screening option also available via Zoom.
Atelier at Large Series presents "Mythic Method." In the latest of a series of conversations that bring guest artists to campus to discuss what they face in making art in the modern world, Paul Muldoon is joined by Sarah Ruhl (Eurydice), Stew (Passing Strange; Athens, Georgia) and Emily Wilson (The Odyssey) to discuss the role of myth in modern art. FREE and open to public; tickets required through University Ticketing.
*Class canceled for April 27* Bust a move and break a sweat in a casual, welcoming environment! Lewis Center Student Advisor Molly Bremer ’22 hosts a weekly jazz dance and conditioning class for absolute beginner, beginner, and intermediate dancers. Drop-in whenever you can for dance technique, strength and flexibility training, and new choreography each week in a casual, welcoming environment. *Classes not held 3/9, 16, 23. FREE; open to all Princeton students.
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.