Events

Creative Writing

Reading by Sylvie Baumgartel & Amy Tan

October 4

Theater

Try on Theater Days

October 3

Visual Arts

Ryan Gander, A Melted Snowman

October 3

Theater

Affecting Expression

October 7

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

VIS Book + Poster Show

An exhibition of poster designs and artists’ books by seniors and juniors in the Program in Visual Arts. Gallery open daily from 11 AM - 7 PM. FREE; open to University community.

Visual Arts
Hagan Studio, 185 Nassau St.

VIS Book + Poster Show

An exhibition of poster designs and artists’ books by seniors and juniors in the Program in Visual Arts. Gallery open daily from 11 AM - 7 PM. FREE; open to University community.

Visual Arts
Hagan Studio, 185 Nassau St.

Wesaam Al-Badry Artist Conversation

Artist and multimedia journalist Wesaam Al-Badry will discuss his ongoing photographic project documenting the lives of essential workers and their families in California’s Central and Salinas Valleys. Al-Badry will be joined in conversation by Leydy Rangel, United Farm Workers Foundation, and Sandra Valdez, Farmworker. In-person attendance limited to University community. General Public can register to attend on Zoom. Free; registration required.

Bowl 016, Robertson Hall

C.K. Williams Reading by Brandon Taylor

Brandon Taylor, whose novel "Real Life" was shortlisted for the 2020 Booker Prize, and eight creative writing seniors read from their work as part of the C.K. Williams Reading Series. FREE and open to the public; tickets required.

Donald G. Drapkin Studio, 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

Fund for Irish Studies — Susan McKay on “From Triumphalism to Desperation — the Fall of Ulster Unionism”

Journalist Susan McKay discusses her new book, "Northern Protestants - On Shifting Ground" as part of the Fund for Irish Studies lecture series. Different than other series events this year, the lecture will take place in-person. FREE and open to public; tickets required through University Ticketing.

Fund for Irish Studies
James Stewart Film Theater, 185 Nassau St.

Reimagining the Ballet Des Porcelaines: Panel Discussion

In conjunction with a series of performances presented by the LCA and the Music Department of Reimagining the Ballet des Porcelaines: A story of Magic, Desire, and Exotic Entanglement on March 18-19, lecturer in dance Tina Fehlandt moderates a panel discussion with Ballet des Porcelaines project directors Phil Chan (choreographer and activist) and Meredith Martin '97 (Associate Professor of Art History, New York University), along with Anne Cheng (Professor of English, Princeton University). Open to public. FREE; tickets required.

Dance
Forum, Lewis Arts complex