Sex on Broadway
No sex, just Broadway! Our annual all-frosh cabaret show produced and performed by the incoming class of 2024.
CALLING ALL FROSH TO APPLY TO DIRECT AND STAGE MANAGE
The Rocky Horror Picture show
PUP revives our Halloween tradition of organizing a shadow cast showing of the cult-classic The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
Being Alive Cabaret
A certain someone turns 90 this year… I wonder who it could be
Directed by Grace Huegel ’22 // Music Directed by James White ’23
Outcast. Misfit. Scary White. Doesn’t anybody ever get it right? Carrie White’s just discovered she’s got a special power, and if pushed too far, she’s not afraid to use it. Based on Stephen King’s best-selling novel, travel back to the horrors of high school and experience this gripping tale reimagined for the stage. Once you see, you can’t unsee…
Directed by Jani Dumapit ’23 // Music Directed by Ed Horan ’22 and Halle Mitchell ’23
Trail to Oregon
Ever heard of the video game, The Oregon Trail? This is that game but a musical version.
Winter… At some point… The mystery adds to the spontaneous vibe of the show, I promise…
Directed by Naomi Park ’21 // Music Directed by Elliot Lee ’23
New Works Festival
PUP puts on two original shows: Mangroves by Sam Spector ’23 and Skeletons in a Closet by Elliot Lee ’23
A musical of illusion, deception, wild enthusiasm, and tenderness, Pippin asks us what theater and the arts have to offer a world full of violence, insecurity, and loneliness. With music/lyrics by Stephen Schwartz, book by Roger O. Hirson, and legendary choreography by Bob Fosse, this show has been widely acclaimed and celebrated for years.
February 18-21 and 25-28
Directed by Juliette Carbonnier ’23 // Music Directed by Ed Horan ’22
Little Women the Musical brings a fresh, playful voice to the beloved, classic tale by Louisa May Alcott. Follow the four March sisters, Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy, in a heartwarming account of their jolliest moments and deepest troubles. Watch their lives unfold as the four sisters grow-up together, grappling with femininity, sisterhood, and identity, and above all, finding their place.
Directed by Eliyana Abraham ’23 // Music Directed by Halle Mitchell ’23
In this satirical musical comedy, enter a dystopian world where the poor must pay to pee. Urinetown tackles capitalism, poverty, populism, and climate change through self-aware musical theater. Join us for our site-specific and immersive production on a loading dock.
Music and Lyrics by Mark Hollmann // Book and Lyrics by Greg Kotis
The loading dock of Lewis Center for the Arts
Directed by Kate Semmens ’22 and BT Hayes ’22 // Music Directed by Ed Horan ’22
In collaboration with Theatre Intime and Princeton Opera Company
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim // Book by Hugh Wheeler // From an Adaptation by Christopher Bond // Originally Directed on Broadway by Harold Prince // Orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick
May 28 at 7:30pm
May 29 at 1:30pm and 7:30pm