The Princeton Shakespeare Company Board

Patrick Boroughs '18 (President*) is a Computer Science major and Theater certificator from South Africa. When he isn't writing website biographies, he's usually occupying himself with improv comedy, acting, or absurd amounts of coffee.



*Alternatively "El 'Paca".
Julia Peiperl '17 (Artistic Director) is a decidedly over-enthusiastic junior/part-time cartoon character in the English department. She is pursuing a certificate in Theater and works primarily in costuming. She can usually be found playing guitar with Princeton Rise up, suffocating under piles of reading, or holed up in her room constructing some unholy costume/set piece out of canvas and wire.
Viveka Mastandrea '17 (Production Manager) is a Computer Science major who is not quite sure how she ended up as production manager of a theater company. Maybe it's her Massachusetts roots... England, New England, they can't be that different, right? On rare occasions when she doesn't have a problem set to finish, she can be found looking at shoes online, Netflixing, or dancing.
Luke Soucy '19 (Treasurer) is a freshman.
Fey Popoola '19 (Publicity Director) saw the film version of Othello once on a plane and kinda enjoyed it. She, like Shakespeare, is from England. She has hair and two eyes, just like Shakespeare. She loves drama of all kinds, not unlike Shakespeare. She also happens to love reading and writing, just like... Hey, wait a second...
Agustina De La Fuente '18 (Technical Director) is a sophomore studying Operations Research and Financial Engineering, and hopefully, getting a certificate in dance choreography. She loves getting involved with performing arts on campus, especially when it involves her main man, William S. In her virtually non-existent spare time, she likes to discuss politics with the Princeton Democrats, tutor (and help others fall in love with) math at the McGraw Center, and dance exuberantly. Appropriately so, her motto is always shut up, and dance it out.
Megan Berry '19 (Master of Proporties) Megan Berry is a freshman. Being an indecisive individual, she doesn't actually know what she wants to study yet. If asked aggressively at gunpoint, she might squeak something anxiously about chemistry. She does like to do a lot of theater as well, especially anything technical. She spends the rest of her time knitting, replaying Borderlands 2, and getting emotional about poetry.
Emily Fockler '17 (Graphic Designer) is studying English, with a certificate in Creative Writing. She enjoys drawing, reading, writing, and being very involved in PSC shows. In her free time... well, she doesn't have much free time as she's a junior, but in her free time she enjoys getting cookies and Trivia Night and very long naps.
Daniel Krane '18 (Social Chair) is undecided about his major. And that’s okay. He thinks Willie S. is pretty cool. He also likes playwriting and acting in PSC shows. Time for PSC to party like it’s 1599.
Stefanie Webb '17 (Social Chair) was named after her parents' favorite bar in Moosburg, Germany. She has since become a Chemistry major. Upon close inspection of her photo, a viewer may come to notice a pair of orange goggles protect Stefanie's eyes from the harsh Shenandoah Valley sunlight. It is important to also understand that the presence of this filter enhances some colors while diminishing others. There's nothing quite so genuinely uplifting as moving through a transformed visual field, in sparkling greens and mellow reds. Boy does she miss those goggles. If you find them around Frick, please give her a call (304) 288-1102..
Isaac Martinez '19 (Box Office Manager) is one of those engineering majors who still loves theater. He's super excited to be on the PSC board, and when he's not working on schoolwork, he loves playing chess, running, and trying unsuccessfully to learn French. Even though he's new to the PSC community, he's more than ready to immerse himself in the awesomeness of theater.
Gayatri Ramesh '19 (Community Liaison) is an Electrical Engineer who hails from Great Britain. She loves Keats, chocolate and romantic comedies and wishes she could speak in iambic pentameter all the time (that would be really hard though...) Her favorite plays by Shakespeare include 'She's The Man', '10 Things I Hate About You' and 'West Side Story'.​