McCarter Announces Season Of Theater, Music, and Dance
MCCARTER HONORS MORRISON: A special tribute to Toni Morrison is among the cultural events planned for McCarter Theatre’s upcoming season.
McCarter Theatre has announced its 2022-23 season featuring a lineup of theater, music, dance, comedy, spoken word, and family programming, plus a special Toni Morrison project in partnership with Princeton University.
In September the season kicks off with The Wolves, a play by Sarah DeLappe, directed by McCarter’s Artistic Director Sarah Rasmussen, about a young women’s competitive high school soccer team. More theater includes Between Two Knees, a comedy and first play by The 1491s, best known for the hit FX’s series Reservation Dogs.
McCarter’s holiday tradition, A Christmas Carol, will return December 7-24. Tickets are now on sale.
Headliners and highlights of the Presented Series include Rhiannon Giddens, Indigenous Enterprise, David Sedaris, Davóne Tines, National Geographic Live, and The Moth. Two more theater shows will be announced over the summer, plus additional presented events throughout the year.
The Toni Morrison Commission Project celebrates the 30th anniversary of Morrison’s Nobel Prize for Literature.
McCarter’s virtual stage will stay active with Paula Vogel’s Bard of the Gate, a digital play series, and the (free) online experience The Manic Monologues — creating conversation around mental health. McCarter’s Education Classes run year-round-including Summer Camp, for which limited space is still available.
Visit McCarter.org for full details and schedule, and to purchase tickets. The theater is at 91 University Place.