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Highlights from the 2008 - 09 Season of Events


A Music/Theater Event by Ellen McLaughlin and Sarah Kirkland Snider. Award-winning actor and playwright Ellen McLaughlin and composer Sarah Kirkland Snider bring their one-woman music/theater piece Penelope to Taplin Auditorium on November 4 - 5, 2008.

Fabrik: The Legend of M. RabinowitzFabrik: The Legend of M. Rabinowitz

A Wakka Wakka Production led by Gabrielle Brechner, Kirjan Waage and Gwendolyn Warnock. “Fabrik” explores the real life of Moritz Rabinowitz, a Polish Jew who immigrated to Norway at the turn of the last century in order to escape pogroms and persecution, and to build a future for himself. (Puppet show with mature themes)

Reggie Wilson/Fist & Heel Performance GroupReggie Wilson/Fist & Heel Performance Group

Artistic Director and performer Reggie Wilson, hailed by New York Times dance critic Claudia LaRocco as "One of this country's most talented choreographers," founded his Brooklyn-based company, Reggie Wilson/Fist & Heel Performance Group, in 1989. The company blends contemporary dance with African traditions creating brilliant new performances from the rich spiritual traditions of the African Diaspora.

Odds and Sods An Evening of Story and Song Starring Michael CerverisOdds and Sods
An Evening of Story and Song Starring
Michael Cerveris

Michael Cerveris (Sweeney Todd, Assassins and The Who’s Tommy) discusses his recent work with Michael Cadden, Director, Program in Theater and Dance. Free and open to the public.

Princeton Poetry FestivalPrinceton Poetry Festival


John Ashbery, Tina Chang, Lucille Clifton, Michael Dickman, Durs Grünbein, Matthea Harvey, Seamus Heaney, Michael Hofmann, Troy Jollimore, Galway Kinnell, Naomi Shihab Nye, Gerald Stern, Sally Van Doren, Ellen Doré Watson and Kevin Young. Free and open to the public. Registration is required.

Howard GordonContent and Discontent: '24'

Howard Gordon '84, Executive Producer of the landmark television series ‘24’, discusses the impact of popular culture on public policy with Professor Paul Muldoon, Chair of the Lewis Center for the Arts. Free and open to the public.

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