Artists, directors and production staff from The Princeton Festival’s June production of Beethoven’s Fidelio will share with the audience the pleasures and perils faced both on stage and off as they bring the opera to life for its opening performance. This popular event offers a rare opportunity to meet the performing artists up close and hear in their own voice how they develop their roles, interpretations and insights. Marian Burleigh-Motley, a renowned interviewer and director at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, will moderate. This free, interactive program is sponsored by The Princeton Festival Guild. The event will take place in Gambrell Room, Scheide Hall at the Princeton Theological Seminary.