Members of the Triangle Club rehearsing choreography, circa 1940s.
F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote in This Side of Paradise, “A great seething anthill was the Triangle Club. It gave a musical comedy every year, traveling with cast, chorus, orchestra, and scenery all through the Christmas vacation. The play and music were the work of undergraduates, and the club itself was the most influential of institutions, over three hundred men competing for it every year.”
Triangle’s spring show runs from May 8-10, 2008 at Frist Campus Center.
Photo courtesy of Princeton University Archives