Monday, November 9, 2015

THE FAMOUS PRINCETON TRIANGLE CLUB PERFORMS ITS ANNUAL ORIGINAL, ALL-NEW FALL SHOW TROPIC BLUNDER AT McCARTER THEATRE

clip_image002TROPIC BLUNDER

WHEN: Friday and Saturday, November 13 and 14 at 8:00 PM and Sunday, November 15 at 2:00 PM
WHERE:
McCarter Theatre, 91 Univerity Pl., Princeton
TICKETS: $35, and at $10 for students, with discounts for groups of 10 or more.
To order, visit http://www.triangleshow.com or call (609) 258-2787.

Princeton's Famous Triangle Club will present the world premiere of its brand new original musical-comedy extravaganza, Tropic Blunder.

For 125 years the Princeton Triangle Club has been creating professionally-produced, original student-written musicals in McCarter Theatre, "The House that Triangle Built." The Club has the distinction of being the oldest touring (as well as the oldest co-ed) collegiate musical-comedy troupe in the nation, and the only co-ed collegiate troupe to take their show on a national tour each year.

Triangle boasts a rich history, and long list of alumni who have graduated to eminence in the creative arts, including F. Scott Fitzgerald '17, Jimmy Stewart '32, Jose Ferrer '34, Wayne Rogers '56, Clark Gesner '60, Jeff Moss '63, David Kelley '79, Brooke Shields '87, Wentworth Miller '95, Ellie Kemper '02, and Molly Ephraim '08.

The club’s 70 current members have diverse academic interests from astrophysics to economics, public policy to literature,  and many plan on pursuing professional theater in some capacity.