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Thu, March 14, 2019 @ 8:00pm

Category: theatre

Wallace Theater At Lewis Arts Complex
122 Alexander Street
Princeton, NJ  08544

Cost: Free


The Program in Theater presents an original choreopoem devised by three Princeton seniors and their cast that addresses the circumstances and issues of black female students at Princeton: Feyisola Soetan, who wrote the piece based on her anthropological research; Janelle Spence, who is directing; and Jessica Bailey, who is choreographing. Through seven vignettes developed in workshops, the women explore issues such as innocence, exclusion, privilege, social climbing, colorism and sexism in dating, trauma and healing, and “black girl magic.”

** Free and open to the public; advance tickets are recommended. Tickets available at the Frist Campus Center Ticket Office or at

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