Join the young artists and producers of Khameleon Productions, a film and theater production company now based in London, that was started by undergraduates at Oxford University. Enjoy some pizza with the Program in Theater and participate in an informal conversation about starting a theater and production company right out of college as well as decolonizing the classics.

Khameleon Productions works to pave the way for systemic change by taking the responsibility of using creative tools to build collaborative and celebratory spaces for many histories and cultures. Recently, the company launched their Medea Project to bring an all-BIPOC interpretation of Euripides’s Medea to screen, stage, and to educational institutions across the UK and US. On Feb. 24 at 4:30, Khameleon Productions are visiting the Classics Department at Princeton University for a conversation entitled “Uprooting Medea.” The young production company is deeply invested in helping institutions, faculty, and students to wrestle with the highly relevant issues of decolonizing Classics, theatre and academia, and in uplifting and supporting BIPOC creatives.

Join the Conversation

The informal conversation is free and open to Princeton students. All students interested in theater are welcome. The conversation will focus on the topics of interest to whoever joins us. No RSVP required; pizza provided.

Get directions to the Drapkin Studio and find other venue information for the arts complex.

COVID-19 Guidance + Updates

Per Princeton University policy, all guests are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to the maximum extent, which now includes a COVID booster shot for all eligible to receive it, and to wear a mask when indoors.


The event space is wheelchair accessible. Visit our Venues and Studios section for accessibility information at our various locations. Students in need of access accommodations are asked to contact the Lewis Center at at least one week prior to the event date.


Presented By

  • Program in Theater