New arts complex opens

By Staff

Performance space with piano

The new 22-acre Lewis Arts complex includes spaces for the creation and performance of dance, theater, music and more.
PHOTO BY DENISE APPLEWHITE

The new 22-acre Lewis Arts complex includes spaces for the creation and performance of dance, theater, music and more.

The new multi-building Lewis Arts complex on the south edge of campus significantly expands the performance, rehearsal and teaching spaces for the arts at Princeton. The complex anchors a 22-acre development that includes two restaurants, a convenience store and the new Princeton train station, surrounded by a park-like setting with extensive landscaped plazas, pathways and green spaces.

The complex houses the Lewis Center for the Arts’ programs in dance, theater, music theater and the Princeton Atelier — a unique academic program that brings together professional artists from different disciplines to create new work — as well as additional rehearsal and instructional facilities for the Department of Music.

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