Don’t miss your chance to strike it rich with the Princeton Triangle Club’s newest original musical comedy, ONCE UPONZI TIME, premiering at McCarter Theater this fall! When plucky young capitalist Chloe O’Ponzi leaves her family’s hot dog stand to work for Goldfish Snacks, the biggest bank on Wall Street, she stumbles upon a less-than-legal family secret that just might finance her new ambitions. Featuring duplicitous derivative dealings, Wall Street wackiness, and an introduction to hedge fund phone etiquette, ONCE UPONZI TIME is a hilarious evening at the theater for anyone operating under the paradigm of late-stage capitalism!
For over 128 years, the Princeton Triangle Club has created original musical comedies written and performed by students and led by a professional directing team. The oldest co-ed touring collegiate musical-comedy group in the United States, it’s one of Princeton University’s best-loved traditions and boasts a number of distinguished alumni, including F. Scott Fitzgerald ’17, Jimmy Stewart ’32, Brooke Shields ’87, Ellie Kemper ’02, and Molly Ephraim ’08.
THE PRINCETON TRIANGLE CLUB PRESENTS: ONCE UPONZI TIME. Directed by DeMone Seraphin. McCarter Theater. November 15-16 at 8 pm, November 17 at 2 pm. General admission $25+, Student tickets $10. Group discounts available. For tickets and more information, visit triangleshow.com/tickets.