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- • World premiere production of “Boris Godunov”
- • Deepening the discourse on racial dynamics
- • Program will create community of humanities scholars
- • Researchers combine efforts to help people of African savannas manage their land
- • Revised plan unveiled for arts neighborhood
- • On a quest for ancient coins, Steiglitz finds inspiration for a book and a course
- • Communiversity set for April 28
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World premiere production of “Boris Godunov”
Princeton NJ — After months of inspired collaborations between Princeton scholars, students and artists, the curtain rose on the University’s world premiere production of “Boris Godunov” April 12 at the Berlind Theatre.
Senior Andy Brown (center, in white) played the title role of the tyrannical czar who ruled Russia from 1598 to 1605. (photo: Denise Applewhite)
The four sold-out performances were the culmination of a vast creative endeavor that spanned the entire academic year and numerous departments across the University.
For more information about the production, including a video, visit www.princeton.edu/ main/ news/ archive/S17/58/72S21/.