TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2 at 7:30pm
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3 at 2:00pm
American Sign Language & Audio Described Performance
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6 at 2:00pm
WHERE: McCarter Theatre Center, 91 University Pl., Princeton
“ELEGANTLY DIRECTED, STYLISHLY STAGED AND KEENLY PERFORMED.” – The Star Ledger
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2
An Evening of Etiquette
Join us 45 minutes before the performance of The Age of Innocence for a 19th Century etiquette-inspired Inside Story featuring guest speaker Mary Harris of Mary Harris Events.
After the show, enjoy a mix & mingle with happy hour specials and select members of the cast, staff & crew.
MORE INFORMATIONTUESDAY, OCTOBER 2 at 7:30pm
12th and Clairmount
A Documentary on Detroit in 1967
The Princeton Garden Theatre will host a free screening of Brian Kaufman’s documentary, which captures a wide spectrum of Detroit life in 1967. A panel discussion follows with Dr. Keenga-Yamahtta Taylor (Princeton University), Dr. Clarence Lusane (Howard University), and Purcell Carson (documentary filmmaker).
Screening is free and open to the public; reservations required.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3 at 7:00pm
Community Play Reading
In advance of Dominique Morisseau’s Detroit ’67—the first work in her three-play cycle known as The Detroit Project—join in a community play reading of selected excerpts from Paradise Blue, Skeleton Crew, and works by playwrights who have influenced her work. This event will take place in the Princeton Public Library’s Community Room.
Free and open to the public.
NO MATTER WHAT HAPPENS OUTSIDE,
YOU ALWAYS HAVE FAMILY.
It’s the summer of 1967, and the songs of Motown are breaking records and breaking barriers. Chelle and her brother, Lank, are running an unlicensed after-hours joint out of their basement—risky business—especially during a brutal police crackdown that has set off riots throughout the city. When Lank offers refuge to a mysterious stranger, he and Chelle clash. Pent-up emotions erupt, and they must navigate the chaos both outside and within.