This week, Street takes a look back on the history of arts at Princeton through the 'Prince' archives, including a salty column by an 1882-era arts advocate and the opening of McCarter Theatre.
As soon as I told our airport taxi driver the name of the street I would be living on for the next four weeks — “Rua Sá Ferreira,” I said, the unfamiliar whooshy h-like rr’s of Portuguese tumbling gracelessly out of my mouth — he nodded.
When they were in the military, Max Kim ’16, Michael Liao ’17 and Ann Thompson GS began each day hours before the typical college student gets out of bed.
On Friday evening, when Anna Aronson ’16 and Cameron Platt ’16 utter their first lines as Nina Zarechnaya and Irina Arkadina in Anton Chekhov’s “The Seagull”, they will be following in the footsteps of two other Princeton women who performed the play for their senior thesis project — 10 years ago.
This week, Theatre Intime’s “Gidion’s Knot” closes out the last three performances of its two-week run.
Poetry: Songline Slam Poetry presents ‘Kidz Bop Newbie Arch’Even if you don’t think of yourself as someone who can appreciate slam poetry, we hope that you at least think of yourself as someone who can appreciate a reference to Kidz Bop.
Here’s a confession: Before I started writing this piece, I had to use Google Maps Street View to remind myself the name of the street I’m writing about.
The Multispecies Salon presents: “Suburban Foraging: Acorn Mush”Acorns are, believe it or not, embedded in cultural memory.
Nate RuessQuadrangle ClubReady to have some fun — with just part of Fun.? Nate Ruess, the former lead singer of the band behind such high school party heart-stoppers “Some Nights” and “We Are Young” will be your Princeton headliner.