McCarter Theatre Center in Princeton

Under the leadership of Artistic Director Emily Mann and Managing Director Timothy J. Shields, McCarter Theatre Center is recognized as one of the nation’s premier theater companies. Built as a permanent home for the Princeton University Triangle Club with funds from Thomas N. McCarter, class of 1888, the theater opened its doors on February 21st, 1930 with a special performance of the 40th annual Triangle Show, “The Golden Dog.” One of its stars was Joshua Logan, and a sophomore named James Stewart was in the chorus.

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ActorsNET productions continue to shine

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Morrisville’s own Actors’ NET of Bucks County has been celebrating its 19th season with an impressive lineup of offerings. They produced the regional premiere of Bo Wilson’s “The Charitable Sisterhood of the Second Trinity Victory Church” – a new comedy – in September; staged Bill Cain’s compelling drama “Equivocation” in October-November; and served up the family favorite comedy “Cheaper by the Dozen” for the December holidays.

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McCarter Theatre Center in Princeton

Under the leadership of Artistic Director Emily Mann and Managing Director Timothy J. Shields, McCarter Theatre Center is recognized as one of the nation’s premier theater companies. Built as a permanent home for the Princeton University Triangle Club with funds from Thomas N. McCarter, class of 1888, the theater opened its doors on February 21st, 1930 with a special performance of the 40th annual Triangle Show, “The Golden Dog.” One of its stars was Joshua Logan, and a sophomore named James Stewart was in the chorus.

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ActorsNET productions continue to shine

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Morrisville’s own Actors’ NET of Bucks County has been celebrating its 19th season with an impressive lineup of offerings. They produced the regional premiere of Bo Wilson’s “The Charitable Sisterhood of the Second Trinity Victory Church” – a new comedy – in September; staged Bill Cain’s compelling drama “Equivocation” in October-November; and served up the family favorite comedy “Cheaper by the Dozen” for the December holidays.

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