President: Joseph Labatt '14
Joseph Labatt '14 (President) was in his first Shakespeare play eight years ago and hasn't looked back since. He's been on PSC board since freshman year, and in that time has acted in, stage managed, directed, dramaturged, produced, and publicized many productions with the company. His hobbies include alternating biphasic sleep with being nocturnal and mentally choreographing elaborate fight scenes in everyday life.
Production Manager: Sam Kaseta '15
Sam Kaseta (production manager) is a junior in the music department, planning on German and theater certificates. She composes musical theater for Triangle, PUP, and Princeton Opera Company. She used to be the company social chair, and misses her co-social chair/partner in crime!
Treasurer: Rachel Wilson '16
Rachel Wilson '16 is considering a concentration in French with certificates in creative writing and translation... and maybe theater? She spends most of her time directing, acting, and writing, sometimes at the same time and not always successfully. Rachel prides herself on her exquisite playing of men onstage. When not desperately clutching a script to escape her schoolwork, she likes to take long lonely walks and listen to strange music and stay up way past her bedtime in the bustling Forbes dining hall.
Artistic Director: Kanoa Mulling '15
Kanoa Mulling '15 is concentrating in English with certificates in Theater and Teacher Preparation. He has acted in and directed for PSC as well as performed for several other groups. Primarily interested in tragedies, he has no sense of humor whatsoever. If there is no pain, no catharsis, no fear or tears, it is not art. Remember this as you approach Kanoa, PSC's Artistic Director for 2013-2014. (This is of course in jest! He is excited to hear about any of your ideas for show proposals and other artistic projects, across the spectrum of comedic to tragic, traditional to avant-garde!)
Publicity Director: Sophie Brown '15
Sophie Brown '15 (Publicity Director) is a History major focusing in Ancient History, she had to use all that Latin and Ancient Greek somewhere! Originally a costumer, Sophie now spends most of her elusive free time debating the publicity merits of various lampposts on campus. As well as being on PSC board she is an assistant social chair at the Princeton Quadrangle Club and spends her sunday evenings hopping between Quad and the 1915 Room.
Technical Director: Doug Ashley '16
Doug Ashley '16 is pursuing an engineering degree in Computer Science. He enjoys working with PSC and is glad that sets have held together well during his time as tech director. In his free time, he attends study breaks involving lots of food (his favorite study break was making liquid nitrogen ice cream) and attending USG movies with friends.
Historian/Archivist: Sam Kessler '15
Sam Kessler '15 is an English major getting a certificate in Theatre. In addition to being PSC Historian, he very much enjoys acting in PSC productions, in most of which he seems to end up dying. Other interests include coffee and pretending to be a cat.
Properties Mistress: Malena de la Fuente '16
Malena de la Fuente '16 is studying Psychology and pursuing certificates in Neuroscience and French. She enjoys all aspects of theater, including acting, directing, teching, and hanging out with awesome people. In her free time she enjoys photography, playing with her dog Gaucho, reading detective/mystery novels, and watching Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Her favorite Shakespeare play is Macbeth.
Graphic Designer: Emily Fockler '16
Emily Fockler '16 is studying English, with a certificate in Creative Writing. She enjoys drawing, reading, writing, and being very with PSC shows. In her free time... well, she does not have much free time as she tends to devote it to homework and theater, but in her free time she enjoys getting cookies from Murray Dodge and going to Trivia Night.
Webmaster: Kelsey Blair '16
Kelsey Blair '16 is studying in the Woodrow Wilson School and pursuing certificates in Gender and Sexuality Studies, and Applications of Computing. She wishes she was as talented as the incredible casts of the PSC shows, but alas, has to content herself with documenting their exploits online. In her free time, she enjoys studying breaks involving puppies, and cavorting about with the Princeton University Band.
Social Chairs: Eric Falcon '15 and Zach Salk '14
Zach Salk '14 is majoring in English with a concentration in Film Studies, and pursuing a certificate in Theatre. He has been a member of PSC for several years and has acted in a number of shows, including Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, King Lear, Macbeth, and The Compleat Works of Wllm Shkspr (abridged). He is interested in pursuing a career in film, and will be working in Los Angeles at William Morris Endeavor this summer. He enjoys spending his free time hanging out with friends, watching movies, and playing with his dog.
Box Office Manager: Savannah Marquadt '16
Savannah Marquardt '16 is planning on pursuing a major in Classics. She is a costumer as well as Box Office Manager for PSC. She also loves dancing with the wonderful girls of eXpressions dance company and is the treasurer of the European Youth Parliament. In her free time, Savannah enjoys the pursuit of useless knowledge (preferably in dead languages) and explaining why she doesn't have a Southern accent.
Community Liaison: David Cruikshank '16
David Cruikshank '16 is pursuing some subject in the social sciences, but more importantly, is seriously considering a name change to Crookshanks. In his spare time he...well let's be honest, David doesn't really have any spare time. But if he did you could bet that he would fill it up with some super cool (read: weird) interests. He loves talking and Facebooking! Which I guess is how he ended up with this job in the first place.
Hellequin Director: Sam Gelman '16
Sam Gelman '16 is studying in the Near Eastern Studies Department, with a certificate in Theatre. He loves working with PSC, acting, and writing plays. If he had any spare time, he would be reading, eating, writing, eating, fencing, eating, playing guitar, or eating. As a starving college student, he is more than happy to accept any and all food donations, especially those that involve lox. Look for him at the various Hellequin strikes around campus!
Alumni Chair: Patrick Morton '13
Patrick Morton '13 is a science guy with a passion for plays. A Molecular Biology major with a certificate in Quantitative and Computational Biology, he is also an RCA in Butler College and plays frisbee for Princeton's Clockwork Ultimate team. As his Princeton career wraps up this semester, his company duties have shifted to focusing on keeping all our fantastic alumni involved! Look for him involved in some Shakespearean shenanigans over Reunions!
Please contact Kelsey Blair '16 with any feedback regarding the website.