This season choose what you love.
SEPTEMBER 17 - OCTOBER 16
By Sarah de Lappe
Directed by Sarah Rasmussen
Meet nine young women from a competitive high school soccer team. It’s just a few weeks until nationals and the pressure is on. Relatable and resilient, this pack of adolescent warriors will push and train for their games, while also navigating a growing understanding of their complicated world. The Wolves is about life, love, and loss on and off the Astroturf.
Parental discretion is advised for strong language and themes. AGES 12+.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8 / 11:00AM
Laurie Berkner is back at McCarter with her “Greatest Hits” Sensory-Friendly performance. Sensory-friendly performances provide a performing arts experience that is welcoming to all individuals who are diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder or other sensitivity issues and their families.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8 / 3:00PM
Recognized as “the queen of kids’ music” by People magazine, Laurie Berkner is a singer, songwriter, lyricist, and author. What sets Laurie apart? She displays an instinctive understanding of children’s natural rhythms and energy, which keeps kids enraptured and brings parents and caregivers happily along for the ride.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9 / 3:00PM
World-music, cross-cultural and banjo superstar MacArthur “Genius Grant" recipient, founder of the Carolina Chocolate Drops, singer, artistic director of Silk Road Ensemble, returns to McCarter with her frequent collaborator Francesco Turrisi, pianist and percussionist who plays the Sicilian Tamburello (tambourine).
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12 / 7:30PM
David Sedaris is the bestselling author of the books Calypso,Theft By Finding, Let's Explore Diabetes with Owls, Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk, When You Are Engulfed in Flames, Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim, Me Talk Pretty One Day, Holidays on Ice, Naked, and Barrel Fever. He is a regular contributor to The New Yorker and BBC Radio 4.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14 / 8:00PM
A Native American and Canadian collective filled with jubilant dance and colorful regalia honoring the legacies of their elders, Indigenous Liberation is an intertribal production featuring songs, stories, and dances, led by champion pow wow dancers.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16 / 3:00PM
Paleontologist Nizar Ibrahim introduces us to Spinosaurus, the largest predatory dinosaur yet discovered, and shares the incredible story of how this prehistoric giant—larger than T. rex—was found, almost lost to science, and found again.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23 / 3:00PM
Heralded as a "singer of immense power and fervor" and “[one] of the most powerful voices of our time” (Los Angeles Times). His work blends opera, spirituals, gospel, and anthems, as a means to tell a deeply personal story of perseverance and human connection.TICKETS & INFO
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMEBER 16 / 7:30PM
For several decades the Internationale Bachakademie Stuttgart has been regarded as one of the most outstanding concert choirs in the world. A particular focus since their inception has been the interpretation of the vocal works of Johann Sebastian Bach.TICKETS & INFO
DECEMBER 7 - 24, 2022
This McCarter tradition is back and just as spectacular as you remember!
Create memories with the ones you love at Princeton's Tony Award-winning theatre. Follow Ebenezer Scrooge on a magical journey through Christmas past, present, and future and watch as this story comes to life around you! This annual holiday tradition will usher you into the spirit of the season with all the joy, wonder, and generosity that Scrooge himself discovers.TICKETS & INFO
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15 / 7:30PM
Fires of Varanasi: Dance of the Eternal Pilgrim evokes an elaborate ritual where time is suspended and humans merge with the divine. In this theatrical reimagining, the show expands upon the birth-death-rebirth continuum in Hindu thought to honor immigrant experiences of life and death in the diaspora.TICKETS & INFO
FRIDAY, MARCH 17 / 8:00PM
American violinist Randall Goosby is acclaimed for the sensitivity and intensity of his musicianship alongside his determination to make music more inclusive and accessible, as well as bringing the music of under-represented composers to light.TICKETS & INFO
SUNDAY, MARCH 19 / 3:00PM
Wildlife filmmaker and conservationist Filipe DeAndrade, star of Nat Geo WILD’s Untamed, gives his unfiltered look at what it’s like to come face-to-face with wild animals, survive extreme environments, and make unexpected discoveries.TICKETS & INFO
SUNDAY, APRIL 16 / 3:00PM
Legendary rock climber Mark Synnott hasn’t just made the incredible first ascents of some of the world’s biggest walls—he’s explored inaccessible places in the name of science.TICKETS & INFO
MAY 6 – MAY 28
In 1955, in the redwood country north of San Francisco, a multiracial girl grows up in a predominantly white town whose residents pepper their speech with the historical dialect of Boontling. Found floating in a basket on the river as an infant, Bulrusher is an orphan with a gift for clairvoyance that makes her feel like a stranger even amongst the strange.Learn More