Happenings & Highlights


The Manic Monologues

A Virtual Theatrical Experience

In a unique collaboration with Princeton University Health Services, The 24 Hour Plays, and Innovations in Socially Distant Performance at the Lewis Center for the Arts, The Manic Monologues brings to life true stories — experiences submitted by resilient people living all across the world. 

Take a journey through the minds and voices of people who bravely share the way mental illness has affected their lives, performed by a celebrated cast of actors – enhanced by interactive design and technology.


McCarter Online Classes


Students from pre-school to 8th grade are invited to join us for Story JamsCreative DramaPerformance WizardsDramatopia, or Mystery Theatre Drama

Adults are welcome to stimulate their creativity and wit by signing-up for improvisation or playwrighting classes. 

Our online classes are great opportunities to make new friendsengage with the arts, and enjoy a weekly dose of fun


The Work of Adrienne Kennedy: Inspiration & Influence

A virtual play festival presented in association with Round House Theatre

Adrienne Kennedy is one of the most prolific and widely studied living playwrights. Despite her outsized influence, Kennedy is not a household name. This digital festival is a celebration of why she should be.


Fireside Chats

Artistic Director Sarah Rasmussen hosts a new web series! Keeping social distance, we've invited a few guests from our community to join us in conversation on McCarter's front lawn. Tune-in each week as she interviews inspiring students, Pulitzer Prize-winners, local business owners, and everyone in between.


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The Vault

Missed previous McCarter@HOME highlights? Explore more McCarter memories in The Vault.


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In The News

"Having this box set and having A Christmas Carol to bring us all together again is something so magical that can't really be replaced," Chandler Miller told ABC News. 

Watch as Chandler (who you may recognize from her role as Christmas Present at McCarter!) and her family explain why A Christmas Carol @HOME was such a meaningful experience for them. 

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