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McCarter Theatre offers a variety of ways to enhance and complement your play-going experience including discussions, community events, and social media.
Dialogue on Drama is an in-depth post-show interview with a member of the creative team, which offers audiences a window into the process and artistry necessary to bring a play to life. The interview is followed by questions and reflections from the audience.
All discussions take are free and open to the public. Need to see the show on a different day? You can attend these events as a preview or follow-up to your experience of the play.
In Conversation is an illuminating cross-disciplinary discussion among scholars, artists, and public figures about big questions, concepts, and themes in McCarter’s plays. Stay tuned fpr more information about the 2012-2013 "In Conversation" series.
Post-show Discussions at McCarter are highly interactive audience-based conversations facilitated by an artist from the production. These discussions focus on a range of topics including how artistic choices were made for the production, the actors’ process, and reflections and questions from audience members.
Inside Story is a 20 minute pre-show talk, offered 45 minutes before every Theater Series performance, led by a member McCarter’s artistic staff, which takes place before every performance of selected productions.Come get a sneak peek into how the play was developed and intriguing tidbits about the production process.
Peruse the show-specific websites. Each play in our Theater Series has a dedicated website with ticket information, a detailed performance calendar, and exclusive content such as historical background, interviews with artists, and sneak peek videos.
Community Gatherings such as our annual Block Party and events in and around Princeton occur throughout the year. Check back often to see what’s coming next!
Pride Night is a pre-performance party package for LGBT fans of McCarter, featuring an open bar, catered food, and door prizes. More info here.
Have an idea for an artist or scholar you’d like to hear from at a Dialogue on Drama or In Conversation event? Let us know! Post on our facebook wall or contact