Theater at Princeton, 1970s

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Actors in a 1978 Princeton production of “The House of Blue Leaves” by John Guare.

The University has a long and storied tradition of theater—from Princeton’s Triangle Club, the oldest collegiate musical-comedy troupe in the nation, to the prestigious McCarter Theatre, to student groups like the Princeton University Players, Theater Intime, Quipfire, the Black Arts Company or the Princeton Shakespeare Company.

Ambitious collaborative productions like the University’s 2007 World Premiere of Alexander Pushkin’s “Boris Godunov” continue the lively tradition of theater arts on campus.

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Photo courtesy of Princeton Alumni Weekly.