What to do in Princeton this week: Valentine's Day edition
February 10th-17th| Feb 10, 2019
Whig-Clio Senate Debate: The Rise of Tiger Confessions (Feb. 13) at the Whig-Clio Senate Chamber. The first Whig-Clio debate of the semester will be surrounding Tiger Confessions — the now ubiquitous Facebook page where students can anonymously submit thoughts, ask for advice, or spill gossip.
SAB Failed Love (Feb. 14) at the Princeton University Art Museum. A yearly tradition, the Failed Love event is perfect for all the lonely hearts on Valentine’s day. There will be performances by Fuzzy Dice and Theater Intime, in addition to an abundance of chocolate.
Black Poetry: A Gala Reading (Feb. 14) at Matthews Theatre in McCarter Theatre Center. The reading is connected with Black Poetry: A Conference at the Lewis Center for the Arts, which U.S. Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith referred to as a “truly historic international and intergenerational gathering.” Nine black poets will be sharing some of their work at the event.
Triple 8 Dance Show: Crazy Rich 8sians (Feb. 14–16) at Frist Theater. Triple 8, Princeton University’s premier East Asian dance company, will have their yearly show starting on Feb. 14 and going through Feb. 16. Showcasing a variety of dance styles from hip-hop to fan dancing, Triple 8 never fails to delight the crowds.
The Vagina* Monologues (Feb. 14–16) at Theater Intime. Written by Eve Ensler, the script for the Vagina* Monologues is drawn from interviews with over 200 women. This year’s show is directed by Evie Elson ’19 and Sarah Varghese ’19.