Events

Six14 Presents: New Life

Six14 Christian dance company seeks to demonstrate to those on campus that dance is a medium by which those who believe in God and His gospel can glorify Him. For this year’s theme of New Life, we hope to share stories of people undergoing trials and suffering, but in the midst of that, being able to experience deep and lasting joy that is found in Christ Jesus. Tickets required.

Student Groups
Frist Campus Theatre

Arts at Work —Theater/Music Theater: WICKED

On 3/25, get a behind-the-scenes look at the Broadway Musical WICKED and the career journeys of 3 alumni involved with the production — co-author Winnie Holzman '76, stage manager Alex Volckhausen '93 and actor Sam Gravitte '17. Presented by the Center for Career Development and the LCA. FREE; registration required.

Six14 Presents: New Life

Six14 Christian dance company seeks to demonstrate to those on campus that dance is a medium by which those who believe in God and His gospel can glorify Him. For this year’s theme of New Life, we hope to share stories of people undergoing trials and suffering, but in the midst of that, being able to experience deep and lasting joy that is found in Christ Jesus. Tickets required.

Frist Campus Theatre

New Works Festival II: Journey to the West 2 — Going Home by Cindy Han

This original musical written and directed by Program in Theater/Music Theater certificate senior Cindy Han '22 features the four main characters of the famous Chinese epic Journey to the West but tells the never before explored story of their journey back home after they’ve successfully obtained Buddhist scriptures at the end of their journey westward. FREE and open to public; tickets required.

Donald G. Drapkin Studio, Lewis Arts complex

Theatre Intime presents Student Playwrights Festival 2022

The Student Playwrights Festival is a full production of original one-act plays written by students and hosted by Theatre Intime to showcase the creativity and talent of Princeton student playwrights! Tickets required.

Student Groups
Hamilton Murray Theater in Murray Dodge Hall

Building Your Vocal Book

Co-taught by Princeton theater alums Adam Hyndman ’12 and music director Emily Whitaker ’15, this workshop will give students the opportunity to explore vocal repertoire from across the canon of musical theater, develop their own practice of interpreting narrative storytelling through song, and hone their audition technique. FREE; RSVP required. Open to students to perform and faculty/staff to observe.

Music Theater
Berlind Rehearsal Room

New Works Festival II: Journey to the West 2 — Going Home by Cindy Han

This original musical written and directed by Program in Theater/Music Theater certificate senior Cindy Han '22 features the four main characters of the famous Chinese epic Journey to the West but tells the never before explored story of their journey back home after they’ve successfully obtained Buddhist scriptures at the end of their journey westward. FREE and open to public; tickets required.

Donald G. Drapkin Studio, 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

Six14 Presents: New Life

Six14 Christian dance company seeks to demonstrate to those on campus that dance is a medium by which those who believe in God and His gospel can glorify Him. For this year’s theme of New Life, we hope to share stories of people undergoing trials and suffering, but in the midst of that, being able to experience deep and lasting joy that is found in Christ Jesus. Tickets required.

Frist Campus Theatre

New Works Festival II: Journey to the West 2 — Going Home by Cindy Han

This original musical written and directed by Program in Theater/Music Theater certificate senior Cindy Han '22 features the four main characters of the famous Chinese epic Journey to the West but tells the never before explored story of their journey back home after they’ve successfully obtained Buddhist scriptures at the end of their journey westward. FREE and open to public; tickets required.

Donald G. Drapkin Studio, Lewis Arts complex