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2023-2024 Season:

FALL 2023


No sex, just Broadway! Our annual all-frosh cabaret show produced and performed by the incoming class of 2027.


Looking for a way to be a part of a fun and classic show? Well, Bring It On is the show for you! Bring it On tells a story of resilience, teamwork, and passion all wrapped into one entertaining and comedic show (of course filled with its share of high school drama). Even greater, PUP is collaborating with the Princeton Cheer Team to help bring authenticity to these characters! Audition information to be shared on September 8th! Contact Layla ( and Nica ( to see how you can enjoy “One Perfect Moment” by being a part of the show!

Music by Tom Kitt and Lin-Manuel Miranda // Lyrics by Amanda Green and Miranda // Book by Jeff Whitty

Directed by Nica Evans ’24 and Layla Williams ’25



Jointly produced with Theatre Intime

England, 1595: Welcome to the Renaissance! A time of innovation and rebirth, where we’ve discovered how to freeze meat and William Shakespeare is the hottest hotshot around. But what’s life like when he’s your competition? Introducing Nick and Nigel Bottom, struggling playwrights in Shakespeare’s shadow struggling to gain an audience. After some grade-A advice from everyone’s favorite soothsayer, Thomas Nostradamus, Bottom pioneers his biggest, boldest project yet: a musical. Complete with tap-dancing eggs, plagues, and a healthy amount of hating on Shakespeare, Bottom discovers that to be (or not to be) yourself is always the best option.

Book by John O’Farrell and Karey Kirkpatrick // Music and Lyrics by Karey and Wayne Kirkpatrick

Directed by Chloe Webster ’25 and Music Directed by Jenia Marquez ’25


A Chorus Line follows 17 dancers auditioning for a Broadway musical. After a grueling dance call, their director asks them to share their personal stories and journeys to the performing arts. Featuring a book by James Kirkwood and Nicholas Dante, music by Marvin Hamlisch, and lyrics by Edward Kleban, the classic musical still rings true in its touching portrayal of life in theater and what it means to live for the music and the mirror.

Directed by Faith Wangermann ’25 and Alison Silldorff ’25


Jointly produced with Theatre Intime

A spotlight on a stage illuminating swirling shadows and voices. They move and shift, forming into characters and shapes— singing, speaking, reaching. Inviting you to join their world of magic, illusion, and spectacle. And it’s fascinating— it’s enthralling and captivating and overwhelming. But does it have meaning? Join Pippin as he struggles to discover what it means to liveand attempts to find his “corner of the sky.”

Music and Lyrics by Stephen Schwarz // Book by Roger O. Hirson

Directed by Solomon Berquist ’24