PSC Presents: The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)
Directed by Jackie Thorbjornson '19

Cut the crap, Hamlet! My biological clock is ticking, and I want babies NOW! - Ophelia

Love all things Shakespeare? Hate him?
Haven't purchased your textbooks for ENG 320: Shakespeare I?

Whatever it is, come and see PSC's FREE show in honor of Princeton's fresh incoming Class of 2020.

Witness Capulets fighting Montagues, fairies wreaking havoc, friends turned foes, foes turned lovers, lovers turned donkeys, cooking shows, high fives, men becoming women becoming men becoming women becoming bears, sock ghosts, footballgamestreacherydrinkingcryingsingingcussingnuditykissingsexvomitvomitvomitvomit. We promise you won't mistake this for theater!

Time and Location TBA

September 2016

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PSC's Upcoming Shows:

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)
Long, Singer & Winfield | Directed by Jackie Thorbjornson '19
Frosh Week 2016

Ubu Roi
By Alfred Jarry | Directed by Stefanie Webb '17
October 2016
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PSC's Board!
PSC is proud to present its 2016 Board of Officers:

Artistic Director:
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Alumni Coordinator:
Patrick Boroughs '18
Julia Peiperl '17
Vi Mastandrea ‘17
Luke Soucy '19
Fey Popoola '19
Agustina de la Fuente ‘18
Megan Berry '19
Emily Fockler '17
Daniel Krane '18
Stefanie Webb '17
Isaac Martinez '19
Gayatri Ramesh '19
TJ Smith '16

The Company bids its most formidable wishes of good fortune upon the members of this new board at this felicitous occasion. Huzzah!
Upcoming: Alfred Jarry's Ubu Roi
Directed by Stefanie Webb '17

Inconsequential Evil. Greed. Ambition. Complacency.

Dig into the farce that would become one of the most influential avant-garde creations of the eighteenth century, the modernist play which predates the modernist movements!

Get ready for one of the first shows in PSC's shiny new season!

October 2016

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