Princeton South Asian Theatrics presents “The Trump Card”

A few reasons why PSAT’s “The Trump Card” may be the best publicity campaign by student groups this semester: it has a topical component, and it poses Donald Trump in a position of meeting non-white foreigners who are, gosh forbid, successful. Adapted from Anubav Pal’s 2009 mockumentary “The President is Coming,” six young Indians vie to meet the President of the United States who, in what PSAT calls a “dystopian future,” is none other than Mr. Trump. Sounds like a foolproof recipe for funny!

Wilson Blackbox

Thursday, 8 p.m.

Friday, 5 p.m.

Saturday, 6 p.m. and 9 p.m.

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eXpressions Dance Company presents “APEX”

eXpressions hasn’t, as far as we can find, explained the theme of its fall show, “APEX,” beyond an excellent pun about “reaching new heights.” From what we gather from past eXpressions shows and the promotional photos and videos, however, you can expect superhuman feats of flexibility, coordination, grace and some badass choreography. Buy your tickets early for a free eXp shot glass or some treats. Don’t miss out!

Frist Performance Theatre

Friday, 9 p.m.

Saturday, 6 p.m. and 9 p.m.

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Princeton University Glee Club presents “Princeton-Yale Football Concert”

What better way to celebrate homecoming than to boo Yale in a respectful, culturally sophisticated way in the beautiful Richardson Auditorium? None that we can think of. Join the Princeton and Yale Glee Clubs for the 102 year-old tradition of the pre-game concert, featuring traditional choral repertoire from both groups as well as the Princeton and Yale football medleys. Don’t forget to bring your ‘Kale’ signs.

Richardson Auditorium

Friday, 7:30 p.m.

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The Princeton HighSteppers present “Hit ’Em with the Beats”

For the fifth year, HighSteppers will be hosting “Hit ‘Em with the Beats”, an annual step competition featuring teams from all over the Northeast United States. This year, the competition will include Temple University’s Ladies of Elegance, SUNY Albany’s Organized C.H.A.O.S., the Howard University Step team, Delaware State University’s iStep and REVELution Step, a collegiate team based in the D.C. area. The show will be one night only, with Princeton’s own HighSteppers opening and closing the event with their own sets.

Richardson Auditorium

Saturday, 8 p.m.

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