While the weather outside may finally be changing for the better, there are still many exciting things going on in Princeton indoors. Below we’ve picked out some of the best ones you should attend.
Unsaid (April 8–12) at Hurley Gallery. Unsaid is a senior thesis exhibition by Anna Berghuis ’19. The show explores different representations of the female voice through abstract figurative paintings. The opening reception for the show will be held on April 10 from 5:45 to 7:15 p.m. in the Hurley Gallery.
An Evening with Karamo Brown (April 9) at Betts Auditorium. The LGBT Center presents a conversation with Karamo Brown, the culture expert on the Netflix series “Queer Eye.” During the event, Brown will speak about his experiences in media as well as the intersections of his identities. The conversation will be moderated by Judy Jarvis, the director of the LGBT Center.
diSiac Presents: drip (April 11–13) at Frist Theater. For everyone who hasn’t seen the stunning publicity posters around campus yet for drip, diSiac will be having their spring semester show this weekend in Frist Theater. drip features original student choreography, showcasing the performers’ talents across a variety of dance styles.
Princeton Pianists Ensemble Presents: Origins (April 12) at Richardson Auditorium. PPE will be performing a wide repertoire of songs, ranging from classical to Disney, this Friday in Richardson Auditorium. The pianists will also be performing an original composition by Edward Zhang ’19 and Matthew Wang ’19.
The Migration Plays (April 14) at McCarter Theatre. McCarter Theatre has commissioned five artists — Adam Gwon, Martyna Majok, Heather Raffo, Mfoniso Udofia, and Karen Zacarías — to write plays centered on the theme of migration. The sponsored work is inspired by the research project Migration: People and Culture Across Borders conducted by the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies.