Happenings & Highlights
SATURDAY, JUNE 19 at 4:00PM
Help us celebrate the cultural achievements of Black Americans and commend the efforts of activists for the Black Lives Matter movement at the second annual Princeton Juneteenth Block Party!
Come listen to Black artists, speakers, and activists while also learning how to take action locally in your own communities, both geographically and socially. There will be resources available to educate both you and your family and friends on the history and current work of the BLM movement.More Info
TUESDAY, JUNE 22 at 7:00PM
Love theater and reading plays aloud? McCarter hosts a virtual Shakespeare Community Reading Group—now in its 6th year!—for people of all ages and levels of experience. This is a casual, informal, and fun way to personally experience Shakespeare’s words and characters. All are welcome and no experience necessary!
For this month’s event we will complete our reading of Henry IV, Part 2.
All are welcome as readers or listeners. No experience necessary!JOIN US
Nominated for a Drama League Award: Outstanding Digital Theater, Collection, or Festival!
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.EXPLORE NOW
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.WATCH
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