McCarter Theatre Center
McCarter is one of the most active cultural centers in the nation, at the core of which is its world class Theater Series. In addition, McCarter offers audiences diverse programs of music, dance, and special events featuring national and international touring artists throughout the year.
91 University Place, Princeton - (609) 258-ARTS
Princeton Symphony Orchestra
Whether performing classical masterworks, introducing music by modern-day masters, or hosting students at their first live symphony performance, the PSO is a cultural centerpiece of the Princeton community and the state.
P.O. Box 250,
Princeton - (609) 497-0020
Arts Council of Princeton
Housed in the landmark Paul Robeson Center for the Arts, designed by renowned architect Michael Graves, the ACP presents a wide range of programs including exhibitions, performances, free community cultural events, studio-based classes, and workshops in the visual, performing, and literary arts.
Paul Robeson Center,
102 Witherspoon Street,
Princeton - (609) 924-8777
Grounds For Sculpture
A regional treasure, this outdoor sculpture park in nearby Hamilton offers 42 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds, showcasing more than 200 contemporary sculptures, in addition to two indoor galleries with rotating seasonal exhibitions.
80 Sculptors Way,
Hamilton - (609) 586-0616
The Princeton Festival
The June Princeton Festival season offers fully-staged operas, musical theater, jazz, chamber music, symphonic concerts, piano, organ and vocal recitals, dance, world music, and a piano competition. The festival features nationally renowned professional artists and partners with New Jersey performing arts organizations.
P.O. Box 2063, Princeton - (609) 258-2787
Princeton Summer Theater
Princeton Summer Theater provides the Princeton community with great works of theater produced by the stars of tomorrow. PST is dedicated to training the up-and-coming leaders of the theater world and offers students and young professionals experience working in every area of theater production.
Murray-Dodge Hall, Princeton University, Princeton - (732) 997-0205
The Princeton Girlchoir is a community-based, auditioned choir for girls nine to 18 years old. There are five levels: preparatory and intermediate training choirs (Grace Notes, Quarter Notes and Semi-Tones) to the more advanced singers in the Concert Choir and Cantores.
P.O. Box 145, Princeton - (609) 688-1888
Lewis Center for the Arts
The Lewis Center's programming features high profile lectures, readings, and performances from a host of notable artists in the areas of theater, dance, music, and the visual arts. It is designed to put the creative and performing arts at the heart of the Princeton experience.
185 Nassau Street, Princeton - (609) 258-1500