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Theater: ‘Red Noses’

Clown gear and the Black Death? Find out how they mix at the Lewis Center for the Arts’ 2014 Fall Show, presented by the Program in Theater. Penned by Peter Barnes and directed by Tracy Bersley, “Red Noses” takes you back to the Middle Ages to present the tale of Father Flote’s discovery that laughter is the best (or at least most hilarious) medicine — a perfect play for anyone looking for a laugh, studying for the MCAT or getting over a cold.

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Berlind Theatre

Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, 8 p.m.

Dance: diSiac Dance Company Presents: Heist

It’s hard to imagine you don’t already know that diSiac’s Fall Show is this weekend. However, just in case you haven’t gotten your tickets yet or haven’t encountered the blue-shirted dancers tabling at Frist Campus Center, run over to the ticket office now because they’re going fast. Sure to live up to expectations, “Heist” will be in theFrist Film/Performance Theatre,and you can catch performanceson Thursday,Friday andSaturday. Catch guest performances from Shere Khan, HighSteppers, Bhangra, and Umqombothi!

Frist Film/Performance Theatre

Thursday,8 p.m.

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Friday and Saturday,6:30 p.m. and 9 p.m.

Film: “Valley Uprising,” REEL ROCK Film Tour

Yosemite is not just the name of your Mac OS X update, it’s also one of our oldest national parks. Did you know that people have been climbing Yosemite’s impressive peaks for over a hundred years? And that there’s a movie about it? If you are into rock climbing, then you might want to check out the REEL ROCK Film Tour’s screening of “Valley Uprising,” a film chronicling 100 years of climbing in Yosemite.

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Thursday, 7:30 p.m.

Comedy: Fuzzy Dice Improv Comedy presents ‘Pledges’

Hazing doesn’t happen at Princeton, right? One of the top institutions in the world, populated by bright, empowered students, couldn’t possibly house ritualistic hazing practices that “bond” individuals in a way that meaningful conversations and sustained friendships built upon a foundation of trust over time couldn’t even begin to approach. This weekend, get an inside look at the lives of Phi Delta pledges in Fuzzy Dice’s fall show. Don't miss the new members join the old members in the bonds of improv, comedy and laughter.

Frist Film/Performance Theatre

Thursday and Friday, 11 p.m.

 

 

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