The Triangle Club of Princeton University was founded by Booth Tarkington in 1891. Producer of original, student written musical comedies with performances both in Princeton and in select cities every year on tour, the Triangle Club was the force behind the construction of Princeton's McCarter Theatre, its home since 1930. Triangle launched the careers of F. Scott Fitzgerald, James Stewart, Joshua Logan, Jose Ferrar, Brooks Bowman, Clark Gesner, Doug McGrath, David E. Kelley, Brook Shields, Ellie Kemper, et.al. During my undergraduate years, I performed in four annual musical productions, was named Tour Manager the summer after my freshman year (1973), served as Business Manager for two years thereafter (1973-1975) and was elected President of the Club for my senior year (1975-1976). I produced the 1976 production "Mugs Money" and I was elected to The Graduate Board of Trustees in 1977. I actively served for more than 40 years and I am now an Honorary Trustee for Life.
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