Events

Seuls en Scène 2022 presents La Nuit juste avant les forêts

A city, at night. It rains. A man, not really from here, not quite a foreigner, speaks to a passerby. He asks for a light, a cigarette, he’s looking for a room for the night… he can’t stop talking, but the passerby remains silent. In this visionary 1981 text by Bernard-Marie Koltès, messages about oppression, society, loneliness, exclusion, precarity and racism still resonate today. Free and open to public; advance registration/tickets required.

French Theater Festival
Marie and Edward Matthews ’53 Acting Studio, 185 Nassau Street

Devising Theater Co-curricular Class

On select Mondays this fall, drop-in to learn how to make theater through the art of collaboration. Come play, meet your future collaborators, and devise short theater pieces with Yuval Boim. FREE

Donald G. Drapkin Studio, Lewis Arts complex

Professional Coaching for Theater Co-curricular Class

Refine your chops in 1-on-1 sessions with Yuval Boim! Sign up for a slot on Monday evenings to work on skills such as monologue preparation, scene work, and auditioning, or to discuss career and graduate school plans. FREE; advance registration required.

Second Floor Theater Studios, Lewis Arts complex

Seuls en Scène 2022 presents Moi fardeau inhérent

Poetic and powerful, this text by celebrated Haitian playwright Guy Régis, Jr. invites us to listen to a woman (Daniely Francisque) freeing herself from her burden through the release of words. Content Advisory: Not suitable for audiences under 16. Free and open to public; advance registration/tickets required.

French Theater Festival
Wallace Theater, Lewis Arts complex

Joint Student Theater Open House

Interested in getting involved with student theater at Princeton? Eight student theater groups will answer any questions about student theater or just Princeton in general. Snacks provided!

Student Groups
Hamilton Murray Theater in Murray Dodge Hall

Seuls en Scène 2022 presents Moi fardeau inhérent

Poetic and powerful, this text by celebrated Haitian playwright Guy Régis, Jr. invites us to listen to a woman (Daniely Francisque) freeing herself from her burden through the release of words. Content Advisory: Not suitable for audiences under 16. Free and open to public; advance registration/tickets required.

French Theater Festival
Wallace Theater, Lewis Arts complex

VIS Welcome Back Show

Students in the Program in Visual Arts celebrate the start of the new academic year with an exhibition featuring recent work in a range of media. Gallery open weekdays 9 AM - 6 PM. Open to public.

Visual Arts
Hagan Studio, 185 Nassau St.

988 (1;800;273;TALK) — Exhibition by Nemo ’23

Art & Archaeology Practice of Art/Visual Arts senior Nemo presents a mixed media art show that explores the use of art as a coping mechanism and includes information about various mental health resources on campus and beyond. Gallery open weekdays 9 AM - 6 PM. Open to public.

Visual Arts
Lucas Gallery, 185 Nassau St.

VIS Welcome Back Show

Students in the Program in Visual Arts celebrate the start of the new academic year with an exhibition featuring recent work in a range of media. Gallery open weekdays 9 AM - 6 PM. Open to public.

Visual Arts
Hagan Studio, 185 Nassau St.

988 (1;800;273;TALK) — Exhibition by Nemo ’23

Art & Archaeology Practice of Art/Visual Arts senior Nemo presents a mixed media art show that explores the use of art as a coping mechanism and includes information about various mental health resources on campus and beyond. Gallery open weekdays 9 AM - 6 PM. Open to public.

Visual Arts
Lucas Gallery, 185 Nassau St.

Origins and Legacy of the Agodjie – The Female Warriors of the Kingdom of Danxome

Based on his groundbreaking research used for the upcoming movie, The Woman King, professor Leonard Wantchekon invites you to a conference on "The Agodjie, Female Warriors of the Danxome Kingdom." Hosted by PIIRS and Princeton's Program in African Studies and the African School of Economics. Open to the public; join in-person or via Zoom. Registration required.

Campus Partners
100 Arthur Lewis Auditorium, Robertson Hall

Tiona Nekkia McClodden: From Studio to Exhibition

Princeton Arts Fellow and award-winning visual artist, filmmaker, and curator Tiona Nekkia McClodden invites Princeton students to join her for a series of workshops and visits to four exhibitions of her work in New York City. Sessions planned for Oct. 7-8, Oct. 21-22, Nov. 4-5, Dec. 2-3. Registration required.

N602, Arts Tower