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In the Company of Good Books: Shakespeare to Morrison

Milberg Gallery, Princeton University Library One Washington Road, Princeton

Celebrating the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s First Folio of 1623, Princeton University Library presents an exhibition featuring wide-ranging selection of rarely-seen materials—from a first edition of Shakespeare’s “Love’s Labour’s Lost” to Morrison’s handwritten manuscript drafts of “Desdemona”—that offer glimpses into the relationship between author, book, and reader and invite the visitor to discover not just Shakespeare but all good books. Open to the public weekdays 10 AM-6 PM; weekends 11 AM-6 PM.

Free

The Pudding Butcher, an Exhibition by Sidony O’Neal

Hurley Gallery, Lewis Arts complex 122 Alexander Street, Princeton

An exhibition of new works by 2022-23 Princeton Hodder Fellow sidony o’neal, whose practice considers histories of interface in cultural and computational environments. Gallery hours: daily 10 AM – 8 PM.

Free

Pet Adoptions at MarketFair Princeton

MarketFair Mall 3535 US-1, West Windsor

Help give a furry friend a forever home in time for the holidays! Pet adoptions provided by Easel Animal Rescue League and are located by Sunglass Hut. Pet Adoption Days...

Fund for Irish Studies: Lecture and Reading by Louise Kennedy

James Stewart Film Theater, 185 Nassau St. 185 Nassau Street, Princeton

Award-winning writer Louise Kennedy presents “Trespasses: Fact, Fiction and Memory,” a lecture and reading from her bestselling novel Trespasses (2022). Open to the public; no tickets required.

Free

Exploration of Art- A 3D Mixed Media Show

Straube Center 108·112 Straube Center Blvd. 2nd Floor, Pennington

Exploration of Art is a 3D, mixed media, and collage-work show featuring the works of Ilene Dube, Barry Hantman, Judy Tyndall, and Linda Barton. The show will begin in October...

Free

Free Movie Screening: Perfect Days by Wim Wenders

Princeton University campus Princeton University, Princeton

The critically-acclaimed Perfect Days will be screened for free to the University community, well prior to widespread North American release. Hosted by the Kahneman-Treisman Center for Behavioral Science and Public Policy. Free; registration required.

Free
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Grief Work, an Original Choreopoem by Kenza Benazzouz ’24

Donald G. Drapkin Studio, Lewis Arts complex 122 Alexander Street, Princeton

Grief Work is an original choreopoem conceived, written, and directed by Princeton senior Kenza Benazzouz, that asks: What is grief? Through poetic monologues, scenes, and movements, Grief Work examines how we experience loss throughout our lives. Free tickets encouraged in advance through University Ticketing.

Free
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Bodywork, a New Play by Juliette Carbonnier

Wallace Theater, Lewis Arts complex 122 Alexander Street, Princeton, NJ

Bodywork is a new dark comedy, written and performed by Juliette Carbonnier ’24 and directed by Sabina Jafri ’24, about chronic pain, women’s bodies, and the connection between physical and emotional health. Bodywork follows the story of Maia, a young woman who suffers from inexplicable chronic pain, who becomes a test patient for a radical new surgery that would switch out her current body for a healthy, “pain-free” body. Open to public; free tickets required.

Free
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The Winter’s Tale — A Public Works Musical

Berlind Theatre at McCarter Theatre Center 91 University Place, Princeton

This original Public Works adaptation of The Winter’s Tale, with music and new lyrics by Todd Almond, was originally conceived and directed by Lear deBessonet based on the play by William Shakespeare. Directed at Princeton by faculty member Shariffa Ali, our musical, set in dystopian Sicilia and utopian Bohemia and inspired by Afrofuturism, centers community participation through a story of love, betrayal and redemption. Featuring Princeton student actors alongside a local community ensemble cast. Tickets required.

$10 – $17

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