Events

Play

A new devised theater piece researched, developed and created by student performers, writers and designers, through choreography, interviews with athletes and absurd exercises in endurance and teamwork. Led and directed by Lecturer in Theater Aaron Landsman and associated directed/choreographed by Princeton alumna Ogemdi Ude '16. Dec. 9 performance features open captioning.

Wallace Theater, Lewis Arts complex

Saturday Morning Arts Winter Showcase

Join our Saturday Morning Arts community—composed of Trenton and Princeton University young artists—for our annual winter showcase. The program will feature performances by Trenton Youth Dancers, Orchestra, Singers, and Theater. No tickets required.

Forum, Lewis Arts complex

Play

A new devised theater piece researched, developed and created by student performers, writers and designers, through choreography, interviews with athletes and absurd exercises in endurance and teamwork. Led and directed by Lecturer in Theater Aaron Landsman and associated directed/choreographed by Princeton alumna Ogemdi Ude '16. Dec. 9 performance features open captioning.

Wallace Theater, Lewis Arts complex

Play

A new devised theater piece researched, developed and created by student performers, writers and designers, through choreography, interviews with athletes and absurd exercises in endurance and teamwork. Led and directed by Lecturer in Theater Aaron Landsman and associated directed/choreographed by Princeton alumna Ogemdi Ude '16. Dec. 9 performance features open captioning.

Wallace Theater, Lewis Arts complex

C.K. Williams Reading by Raven Leilani

National Book Foundation "5 under 35" honoree Raven Leilani, author of the novel Luster, reads from her work along with creative writing seniors Yunxia Hallowell, Chaya Holch, Mel Hornyak, Sheherzad Jamal, Cassandra James, Danielle Jenkins; hosted by Ashira Shirali. No tickets required.

Creative Writing
Donald G. Drapkin Studio, Lewis Arts complex

Fall 2022 Media Arts Show

The Program in Visual Arts presents new work by students in fall photography and graphic design courses. Gallery open weekdays 9 AM - 6 PM.

Visual Arts
Lucas Gallery, 185 Nassau St.

L’Avant-Scène presents Fragments XXII

Students in FRE/THR 211 present scenes from La puce à l'oreille and Le Dindon by Feydeau, La seconde surprise de l'amour and Le Prince travesti by Marivaux, Le Malade imaginaire and Le Tartuffe by Molière, Le Cid by Corneille and Andromaque by Racine. Performed in French. RSVP required.

Berlind Rehearsal Room

10 Minutes Later: Josephine Meckseper

Belknap Visiting Fellow and artist Josephine Meckseper delivers a public lecture. Meckseper is known for large-scale vitrine installations and films that meld the aesthetic language of twentieth-century modernism with her own imagery of historical undercurrents. FREE; no registration required.

Campus Partners
Betts Auditorium at the School of Architecture

L’Avant-Scène presents “Race in French Theater”

Students in FRE/THR 390 present scenes from "Finir en beauté" by Mohamed El Khatib, "Le Iench" by Eva Doumbia, "Akila, le tissu d'Antigone" by Marine Bachelot Nguyen, "Pistes" by Penda Diouf, "Ce qu'il faut dire" by Léonora Miano, and "Des territoires (... Et tout sera pardonné?)" by Baptiste Amann. Performed in French. RSVP required.

Godfrey Kerr Theater Studio, Lewis Arts complex