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Events for Friday January 10, 2020

Jazz at Princeton University

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Friday January 10, 2020
7:30 PM

Performing in Art Blakey's small group style of improvisation and interaction, Jazz Small Group X performs a range of music from the 1950-60s by Thad Jones, Wayne Shorter, John Coltrane, Lee Morgan, and others. The ensemble is directed by master bassist Matthew Parrish.

FREE, Unticketed,  Taplin Auditorium, Fine Hall

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Dance, Princeton, Dance! Arts Council of Princeton

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Friday January 10, 2020
7:30 PM

Gather you friends and get ready to dance! Suggested donation: $5

Community Partners: Princeton Record Exchange, The Bent Spoon, Small World Coffee, Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice, and Olives Princeton.

Paul Robeson Center for the Arts, 102 Witherspoon Street, Princeton, 609.924.8777 | artscouncilofprinceton.org

First and Foremost We are Women of Academia, Whitman College Theater

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Friday January 10, 2020
8:00 PM

Jan 10 - 12

In this new dark comedy, theater senior E Jeremijenko-Conley explores the underbelly of Princeton culture: that is, how the competitive ethos of valorized, academic suffering physically damages students’ bodies and encourages the utilization of trauma as social currency; directed by faculty member Elena Araoz. Due to the themes explored in the play, this production is recommended only for mature audiences. Free

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Calendar Girls - Kelsey Theater

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Friday January 10, 2020
8:00 PM

The Kelsey Theatre at Mercer County Community College (MCCC) and the Pennington Players kick off the New Year with the popular, fun and risqué British comedy "Calendar Girls" — a true story based on the lives of eleven extraordinary Women's Institute ladies who pose nude for a calendar to raise money for the Leukemia Research Fund.

"Calendar Girls" first opened at England's Chichester Festival Theatre and thereafter embarked on a national tour. Since that time, it has become the fastest selling play in British theatre history. The story of "Calendar Girls" begins when John, who shortly after being diagnosed with lymphoma, passes away. His wife Annie and her friends resolve to create a "nudie" calendar to raise money to buy a settee for the hospital waiting room. To everyone's surprise, the calendar attracts a torrent of international attention and the group's new-found fame threatens a close friendship.

1200 Old Trenton Road, West Windsor - 609-570-3333 - www.kelseyatmccc.org

Jay Ungar and Molly Mason - Hopewell Theater

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Friday January 10, 2020
8:00 PM

5 South Greenwood Avenue, Hopewell - 609-466-196 - www.hopewelltheater.com

Appalachian, Cajun and Celtic music. $30-$35.

Millions were entranced by the music they did for Ken Burns’ PBS documentary The Civil War. Their performance of the series’ signature tune, Jay’s haunting composition, Ashokan Farewell, earned the couple international acclaim. The soundtrack won a Grammy and Ashokan Farewell was nominated for an Emmy. On radio and television, Jay and Molly have appeared on CBS Good Morning, The Rosie O’Donnel Show, All Things Considered, A Prairie Home Companion, and the BBC’s Transatlantic Sessions. They have been featured or produced film soundtracks such as 'Legends of the Fall' and 'Brother's Keeper' and 'The Divide.'

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