Day One

4/26

5:30pm

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Join a live conversation between the Studio Fest Directors, Writers and Sarah Wansley.

8:00pm

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Digital Library: https://miro.com/app/board/o9J_lQ0uA6g=/

Princeton University’s Program in Theater partners with Fordham University, Purchase College, and University of Massachusetts-Amherst to create A Passage in Relief, a virtual theatrical response to Naomi Wallace’ play One Flea Spare. Wallace’s play, about strangers quarantining together during London’s 17th-Century Great Plague, provoked this wild artistic departure about our own communities’ social iniquities, abuses of power, classism, racism, fake science, and questions about who can afford to survive a plague and the boundaries of gender and the body. The production, devised, written and performed by the students and led by Princeton faculty member Elena Araoz, will be performed live. Audiences will be invited to view and contribute to a living online chat board starting a week before the performances.

Day Two

4/27

5:30pm

By: Jennifer Haley

Directed by Pedro González

8:00pm

Written, Directed & Produced by Jennifer Ogasian

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9:15pm

Moderated by Mars Neri and

Alesha Borbo-Kilayko

Day Three

4/28

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8:00pm

Created in Collaboration with the Company 

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9:15pm

Day Four

4/29

5:30pm

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Join a live conversation with the Studio Fest Designers 

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8:00pm

Written & Produced by Daria Kent

Directed by Kate DiRienzi

Day Five

4/30

5:30pm

Written By Kiernan Westrick

Directed by Sofia Ubilla

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6:00pm

with Daniel Alexander Jones

8:00pm

By: Jennifer Haley

Directed by Orlando Grant

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9:25pm

with Susan Smiga, a Board Certified Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist