Tuesday, June 16, 2020

McCARTER@HOME: Juneteenth, Virtual Pride, Joyce Carol Oates, and more

THURSDAY, JUNE 18 at 5:00PM

Princeton Juneteenth
Block Party

A Day of Celebration, Remembrance, and Activism

Celebrate the cultural achievements of Black Americans and commend the efforts of activists for the Black Lives Matter movement. Come gather in community to dance, sing, and listen to Black artists, speakers, and activists, while also learning how to take action locally in your own communities. LEARN MORE


FRIDAY, JUNE 19 at 7:30PM
McCarter LIVE:
In conversation with
Joyce Carol Oates

Prolific and celebrated author of novels, short stories, essays, poems, and plays Joyce Carol Oates (Them; Black Water; Blonde; Lovely, Dark, Deep: Stories; The Perfectionist) joins Emily Mann for a moderated conversation that will touch upon their long friendship, influence on one another, and lifetime achievements. REGISTER


SATURDAY, JUNE 20 at 7:00PM
Virtual Pride '20
NJ & Beyond!

The Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice in Princeton is hosting this online event in celebration of the LGBTQIA+ community, recognizing how far we've come and how far we have yet to go. Join the all-inclusive festivities as they broadcast live from their Facebook pageRSVP




The Artist Speaks:
Rudresh Mahanthappa

We caught up with alto saxophonist, composer, and educator Rudresh Mahanthappa, who is the Director of Jazz at Princeton University and made his McCarter debut in 2018. Hailed by Pitchfork as "jaw-dropping…one of the finest saxophonists going," he has over a dozen albums to his credit.

His newest album, Hero Trio with François Moutin on bass and Rudy Royston on drum, will be released this Friday! READ MORE


Craft of Directing:
Kimille Howard & Ruben Santiago-Hudson

Former McCarter Literary/Directing Apprentice Kimille Howard leads a conversation for New York Theatre Workshop with acclaimed director Ruben Santiago-Hudson (whose past McCarter credits include Lackawanna Blues and Gem of the Ocean) on the craft of directing as a multifaceted artist and specifically his role in lifting up the voices of Black directors and Black theater artists.  WATCH NOW


#BlackLivesMatter: Art That Moves Us

Two weeks ago, we shared a list of several powerful works and artists that have moved us with their Black Lives Matter messages. We invite you to watch, listen and join in the discussion. EXPLORE





VISIT McCARTER@HOME


Save The Date

Online Summer Classes

July classes for all ages are on sale now!

Reserve your spot today before registration fills up.

EXPLORE

Watch as McCarter’s Artistic Director and Resident Playwright Emily Mann leads a group of 10 writers in exploring the current state of our world through documentary scene writing.

Auditing spots for upcoming sessions (June 23 & 30) are available now!

REGISTER


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McCarter in the News

Stream ON! Presents 10-Minute Plays Livestreamed on June 19th
—New Jersey Stage

What Gloria Steinem Taught Us (Featuring Christine Lahti and Emily Mann)
Podcast episode of Rumble With Michael Moore

Missed last week's highlights? Visit The Vault to watch past interviews, performances, virtual events, and more.