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The Body and Object exhibition kicks off today in the Hurley Gallery. Swipe for details on this incredible event. #PrincetonArts#exhibition#dance#visualarts#princetonstudents#performance#
Hey Princeton Students! If you’re interested in the Program in Dance, RSVP to cr17@princeton.edu for tonight’s Dance Alumni Day. Swipe for details #princetondance #princetonarts #princeton #dance #alumni
Calling all students considering a career in the performing arts! Come to the Donald G. Drapkin Studio tonight to mingle with alumni working in the industry. RSVP to janecox@princeton.edu. Swipe for details! #princeton#arts#theater#directing#writing#producing#education#music#administration #princetonarts#princetonstudents
REPOST: Thank you @sota_nj for featuring choreographer @jessicalangdance . She is a Caroline Hearst Choreographer-in-Residence here at #PrincetonArts Program in Dance. @princeton #dance#choreographer#arts#newjersey
Final performance of MACHINAL tonight @ 8 PM 🎉🎉 For an exclusive look backstage before the show, follow the Princeton Arts story. Tickets available online or before the show at the Lewis Center front desk. #arts#princetonarts#princeton#theater
We are so excited for tomorrow's opening night of Machinal by Sophie Treadwell, running Jan 10-13 at the Lewis Center. Special ASL interpreted performance Jan 11 @ 8 PM. Swipe for details!
Drop by the Lewis Arts complex forum today for a bake sale to benefit @unitedway!
“Theater started as a form of entertainment, and this idea of doing 'theater for theater's sake' really grounded this project, I think. At the end of the day, I really just wanted my thesis to be entertaining. If people could come to our show, relax, forget about their stresses, laugh, and walk out with a smile on their face, then we would have done our job. And I think we've definitely achieved that with Miles Gloriosus. On a more technical aspect, I was really interested in the challenges that face a comedic actor in being able to execute both verbal humor and physical comedy simultaneously. Palaestrio certainly presents this challenge, and whether I pull off these two goals is up to you to decide. No matter what though, it's been a fun ride creating this show with our close-knit cast, and I'd do it all again if I had the chance.” - Justin Ramos ‘19 // Tickets are still available for performances on December 7th and 8th!! Reserve your tickets now @ tickets.princeton.edu !!
Don’t miss Princeton Dance Festival this weekend in the Berlind Theatre at McCarter Theatre Center! 8pm tonight, 2pm & 8pm tomorrow, & 1pm Sunday. Photo by Felicity Audet ‘21.
Sculptor Marc Andre Robinson’s exquisitely detailed work is on view in “Beneath The Surface,” an exhibition in the Hurley Gallery through December 16th.
"Miles Gloriosus started as an experiment in translation -- how closely could we translate the Latin of Republican Rome into American vernacular while retaining the text's natural energy and vulgarity? In searching for the answer, we found a text that was brimming with opportunities for slapstick, dirty jokes, and even commentary on gender, servitude, and the fragility of power. What became most clear, however, was not just that the work of Plautus deserved to be read, but it deserved to be performed and enjoyed.” Senior Jack Busche is the talented translator and director of Miles Gloriosus, which opens tomorrow evening in the Wallace Theater at 8pm. The show is FREE and open to the public. Come one, come all!! Reserve seats @ tickets.princeton.edu
Princeton Dance Festival kicks off tomorrow at 8 pm in the Berlind Theatre at @mccartertheatre. Performances Saturday (2 & 8 pm) and Sunday (1 pm) too! Tix are free for students using Tiger Tickets / Passport to the Arts and just $12 for the general public if purchased in advance. Don’t miss it!