An event every day that begins at 8:00pm, repeating until November 11, 2017
An event every day that begins at 2:00pm, repeating until November 12, 2017
Princeton’s Famous Triangle Club is proud to present the world premiere of its brand new original musical-comedy extravaganza, Spy School Musical, at the Matthews Theatre Auditorium of the Tony Award-winning McCarter Theatre Center, located in Princeton, NJ. Shows will be held November 10-11 at 8:00 PM and November 12 at 2:00 PM.
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to follow a reluctant team of spy students embarking on a dangerous mission to take down an evil German air conditioning magnate. But when faced with evil henchmen, nefarious schemes, and budding romances, will they be able to save the world before it self-destructs? Featuring zany disguises, exploding gadgets, and newly-discovered laws of physics, this super secret mission will leave you feeling both shaken and stirred. Ending with Triangle’s famous all-male kickline, Spy School Musical is sure to be a killer two acts of thespionage!
For 127 years, the Princeton Triangle Club has created an original musical comedy – written and performed by students, directed and choreographed by professionals – as one of the University’s most well-known and best-loved traditions. It has the distinction of being the oldest co-ed touring collegiate musical-comedy troupe in the nation that takes its show on a national tour each year. The Club boasts a rich history and long list of distinguished alumni including F. Scott Fitzgerald ‘17, Jimmy Stewart ’32, Brooke Shields ’87, Ellie Kemper ’02, and Molly Ephraim ’08. The club’s one hundred current members work on five sides of the club — cast, pit orchestra, tech, business and writers — and have diverse academic interests from astrophysics to economics, and many plan on pursuing careers in the professional theater. Triangle is proud to have a number of alumni working on its professional team, including director Whitney Mosery ‘08, choreographer Hans Kriefall ‘87, and music director Pete Mills ‘95.
Tickets for adults start at $25 and at $10 for students, with discounts for groups of 10 or more. To order, call 1-609-258-2787 or visit http://www.triangleshow.com/.