A cappella: TigerLily Jam!
Any “Pitch Perfect” fans out there? Come out and see Princeton’s own version of the Barden Bellas at the Princeton Tigerlilies Jamboree, the group’s largest biannual event. They will be singing some of their traditional songs but will also feature newer arrangements, including songs from Ingrid Michaelson and Disney. The Jam will also include comedy from the freshmen, a “Pitch Perfect”-themed video and a special guest performance by eXpressions Dance Company. A night of sweet melodies from the Lils is a (pitch) perfect way to unwind after the invasion of the prefrosh before you celebrate the reopening of the Street!
Saturday, 8 p.m.
A cappella: The Man Show
Lacking your daily dose of testosterone? Get your fix (and more) this Friday at the annual Man Show. The all-male a cappella groups will be sharing some sweet melodies for all their swooning fans. The Tigertones, the Footnotes and the Nassoons will be featuring some new arrangements as well as some signature classics. This year all proceeds will go to Children’s Futures, which benefits the Nurse-Family Partnership in Mercer County. Get a three-for-one deal and simultaneously donate to a local cause — it’s a win-win!
Friday, 11 p.m.
Cultural: TASA presents: Night Market
Feel like you’re ready for a vacation again? Halfway to finals and feeling the stress? Get a taste (literally, there will be delicious food) of what a night market is like. The East Pyne courtyard will be transformed and filled with different booths, food and performances. The Princeton Juggling Club, Triple 8, Sympoh, Bhangra and many more groups will be performing!
East Pyne Courtyard
Saturday, 8-11 p.m.
Theater Event: “Sunday in the Park with George”
The Lewis Center for the Arts’ production of “Sunday in the Park with George,” a Pulitzer Prize-winning musical by Stephen Sondheim, is the newest installment of the Lewis Center’s Program in Theater. Julia Bumke ’13 directs this production, which stars Holly Linneman ’13 and Brad Wilson ’13 and features a cast of Princeton students. This play focuses on a man’s struggle to balance his love of a woman with his love for his art. Head over to the Berlind Theatre this weekend to watch Bumke, Linneman and Wilson’s magnificent efforts as they put this special production on the stage.
Berlind Theatre, McCarter Theatre Center
Friday through Saturday, 8 p.m.
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