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New venue, new vistas for dancers

February 16, 2004
The Program in Theater and Dance will present its inaugural dance performance, "Spring Dance Festival 2004," in the new Roger S. Berlind Theatre at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Feb. 20-21. It will be the first time in the 35-year history of formal dance instruction at Princeton that students will perform in a space especially designed for theater and dance. The University shares the facility, which opened last fall, with McCarter Theatre.
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Performer takes on the role of a lifetime

April 19, 2004
Anthony Roth Costanzo began singing professionally at the age of 11 -- he has appeared on Broadway and at Carnegie Hall -- but the performance he will give on May 5 in Richardson Auditorium could be described as the role of a lifetime.
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Playwright puts new twist on minstrel comedy

April 19, 2004
Khalil Sullivan has revived an old theatrical form in his senior thesis, a "multi-media minstrel dramedy" titled "Playing in the Dark" that will be performed at the Berlind Theatre this month.
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Friedrich Challenges Students to Push Beyond Barriers

April 26, 2004
Su Friedrich's evocative and experimental films challenge audiences to think in a different way about topics ranging from sexual identity to American health care.
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Martin Dale Fellowship allows senior to immerse herself in music for a year

May 17, 2004
When senior Kathleen Bader thought seriously about her most advantageous career move after graduation, she came up with a surprising answer: spending a year alone in a desert.
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Behrman Award presented to Cooper and Seawright

May 17, 2004
John Cooper, Stuart Professor of Philosophy, and James Seawright, professor of the Council of the Humanities and visual arts, have been honored with Princeton's Behrman Award for distinguished achievement in the humanities.
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Oates chooses fresh identity

October 11, 2004
A fellow at a research institute in Princeton receives a cream-colored envelope in her mailbox. Inside is a ticket for a concert of chamber music at the University's Richardson Auditorium. There is no note and no explanation for this gift.
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