I am seeking representation for my "roman a clef," “Notes from a Should-be Diva.” Based on my experiences as an understudy on Broadway in the Tony Award-winning musicals and plays "Master Class," (Terrence McNally), "The Mystery of Edwin Drood," and" Les Misérables" …
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Lesley Schisgall Currier '84 directs "A Midsummer Night's Dream" at Marin Shakespeare Company, with a cast of all actors of color, a first for Marin County. Performances are August 30 through September 29 at the Forest Meadows Amphitheatre in San Rafael, CA. The production features formerly incarcerated actors Dameion Brown and Maverick Harrison, who Currier directed in Shakespeare plays while they were in prison. "A Midsummer Night's Dream" was the first Shakespeare play Currier performed in, while a Princeton undergrad.
This Changes Everything (Documentary)
Screening and Exclusive Director’s Talk with Director Tom Donahue and Production Assistant Azza Cohen ‘16
Watch the newly released documentary from executive producer Geena Davis. Stay for the post-screening talk with director Tom Donahue and Azza Cohen '16, production assistant.
In conjunction with her New Prints Artist Residency at the International Print Center New York (IPCNY), Tia Blassingame will host an artist talk and Pint 'n Print demo on Thursday, August 8.
Pint 'n Print nights are an occasion to experiment with printmaking techniques in our friendly exhibition space. Whether you're new to the medium or a practicing printer, we welcome visitors to come have a beer and make some art!
Writer’s Talk with Novelists Rachel Lyon and Joanne Ramos
August 1 @ 6:30 pm
POWERHOUSE Arena in DUMBO, 28 Adams St
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
Novelists Rachel Lyon and Joanne Ramos will talk about their writing careers and read excerpts from their recently released work. Sign up for an intimate dinner (Restaurant location TBD) and discussion following the talk.
Part of Arts at Work
On July 1, Tracy K. Smith, former Director of the Program in Creative Writing, became Chair of the Lewis Center for the Arts. She is interested in feedback from alumni about their social and emotional experience, both within the arts at Princeton, as well as on campus beyond the arts.
Visiting arts.princeton.edu/alumni-reflections will take you to a secure site for alumni reflections. Your comments will be most helpful if received by August 15, 2019.
Entertainment & Performing Arts Panel
July 30 @ 6:30 pm
LMHQ (Financial District), 150 Broadway 20th floor
New York City, NY 10038 United States
In this panel discussion, alumni will share how they have navigated careers in producing, writing and directing in entertainment and the performing arts. Bring your questions!
Part of Arts at Work
Come celebrate the official kickoff of the Arts at Work summer program!
You’ll have the chance to meet other Princeton students and alumni in the New York City area and learn about the Princeton-sponsored arts events happening this summer.
Wednesday, July 17, 2019
6:30 pm - 8:30pm
invites you for drinks and to see
Les Liasons Dangeruses
June 15, 2019 at 8:00pm in NYC
Buy your tickets here for Saturday, June 15, 2019 at 8:00 pm and join your ArtHost Blaise Latella '08 to see Adam Zivkovic '11 perform at the Sargent Theater at the American Theater of Actors, with drinks before (and possibly after) the show with Blaise and some of the artists.
Yerba Buena Gardens Choreo Fest highlights the spectacular strength, diversity, and vibrancy of the Bay Area contemporary dance scene through a two-day mini festival of site specific work. Curated by RAWdance’s Artistic Directors, the third annual ChoreoFest will feature nine local companies in two truly special performances throughout the Gardens’ lawns and architecture. FREE performance, families encouraged! ADA accessible.
@Briyana D. Clarel '13 will be performing with their Philly-based sketch comedy team @The Rhubarbs in "The Brave Little Rhubarbs." The show features an hour of audience-favorite sketches as well as some never-before-seen stuff. The Rhubarbs will take you on a sketch adventure featuring music, comedy, and bravery. Shows are Friday July 12 and Saturday July 13 at 9pm.
Hadestown, the Musical + Talk with Jordan Roth ’97
August 6 @ 5:45 pm
Pearl Studios, 500 8th Ave
New York City, NY 10018 United States
Jordan Roth ’97, President of Jujamycyn Theaters will give an exclusive pre-show talk to the group at 5:45 p.m. at Pearl Studios. The show begins at 7 p.m. at Walter Kerr Theater.
Part of Arts at Work
THE WHITE DRESS - World Premiere at Access Theater in NYCCIA Productions
Cristin V. Gordon & Aaron S. Hock, producers
In association with Access Theater present
A New Play by Roger Q. Mason '08
Directed and Choreographed by Adin Walker '16
October 19 – November 10, 2019
Organized by MW Projects
Deadline: Friday, August 9, 2019
Please submit via website
"Artists are invited to submit works for a group exhibition of contemporary art inspired by the architecture of Louis Kahn and the idea of inversions…”
Inspired by Anne Anlin Cheng '85's new book *Ornamentalism* (Oxford University Press) -- a study of the confusion between "Oriental persons" and "ornamental things," which is also a history of Asiatic femininity in the western imagination -- this art exhibition showcases the works of six contemporary conceptual artists engaged with what Cheng calls American ornamentalist practice and the beauty and violence that this practice produces.
Singer-songwriter Freddy Blohm '75, with Larry Baskind '76, performing for your auditory pleasure.
I'm excited to announce the launch of a new event series with my arts company, Indicoe, in the DC Metro Area: Artists Support Artists! On June 15, we will be gathering with our fellow creatives to share our stories, ask for advice, network, and support each other in our artistic pursuits.
Purchase your tickets now to the Chelsea Music Festival 2019 events! There's classical, jazz, new music, visual art exhibitions, culinary menus, and Saturday morning family events to experience from June 6-15 in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York City. See you there!
Eleanor Oakes '07 opens a solo exhibition at Tyler Wood Gallery in Long Island City on June 14th, 6-8pm. The exhibition features large black and white photographs made from contact printing dust onto black and white sheet film to create celestial landscapes.
The Chelsea Music Festival 2019 Visual Artist-in-Residence is Julianne Swartz! Swartz’s artwork will be exhibited at new Festival venue partner, High Line Nine, in a month-long exhibition that will feature hand-made glass and ceramic forms that act as instruments and generate unique acoustic tones. The sculptures will be activated live on Thursday, June 13th, in which Swartz will be joined by Chelsea Music Festival musicians in a collaborative performance.
Hampton’s psycho-sexual thriller comes to the Off-Off-Broadway stage this June. Adapted from the 1782 novel, “Les Liaisons Dangereuses” is a tale of seduction set in France among aristocrats before the revolution. The play explores decadent sexuality, morals, and manipulation played as the ultimate game, with tragic results.
Thrilled to announce a Chelsea Music Festival partnership with Outstanding in the Field, who will be creating a one-night-only culinary experience! The outdoor sit-down dinner will be held on the gorgeous grounds of the General Theological Seminary at the center of the Chelsea Historic District on Wednesday June 12 and will lead up to the evening's concert in the Seminary's stunning chapel.
Despite Hostile Terrain: Witness to Racism in the Artists’ Books of Primrose Press talk, Rare Book School
Employing a mixture of poetry, typography, printmaking and book arts techniques, Tia Blassingame of Primrose Press examines African American architectural, spatial and cultural history, racial prejudices and perceptions.
The first co-ed class arrived at Princeton fifty years ago, in the fall of 1969. In celebration of this milestone, the theater program is inviting applications for participation in a project in which students will be paired with professional artist alumnae to research and create short performances about women who graduated from Princeton in the first few years of co-education at Princeton.
The Chelsea Music Festival is thrilled to announce The Clara Schumann Ten to honor the legacy of pianist and composer Clara Schumann, her 200th anniversary, as well as the Festival's 10th season. The Clara Schumann Ten is comprised of a distinguished group of women composers from around the globe commissioned by the Festival; they are Jane Antonia Cornish, Helen Grime, Binna Kim, Jessica Mays, Santa Ratniece, Kathryn Salfelder, Aigerim Seilova, Nicky Sohn, Augusta Read Thomas, and Liliya Ugay.
Save the dates, June 6-15, for the Chelsea Music Festival's 10th Anniversary! We are celebrating composer and pianist Clara Schumann’s bicentennial. The title of our theme is "200° due Clara" because Clara Schumann was the most respected pianist and collaborator of her time.
Our inaugural Environmental Writing Prize is now open, to foster and celebrate writing that explores the most pressing issues of our times: climate change, environment, conservation, and animal rights.
We are looking for works that are inspired and inspiring; thought-provoking and truthful, yet also imaginative and beautiful as a work of art.
Come out and hear IVA and the New Young perform live on May 29th at 8pm at the World Cafe Live upstairs in Philadelphia. There will be new music and music from her most recent album "Traitor"!