Join New Jersey’s “Favorite Small Theater” for another summer of thrilling, thought-provoking productions at the heart of Princeton University’s campus. This year’s season will include:
Falsettos by William Finn and James Lapine: June 20 - June 30
Deathtrap by Ira Levin: July 4 - July 21
A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare: July 25 - August 4
Topdog/Underdog by Suzan-Lori Parks: August 8 - August 18
Curtain time is 8 pm for performances on Wednesday-Saturday and 2 pm for Saturday and Sunday matinees.
Our full-season subscription package, which includes one ticket to each of our four mainstage productions as well as access to exclusive subscriber-only events, costs only $79! Can’t make all four shows? We also offer a three-show subscription package for just $65, a 25% discount off the price of three single tickets.
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Come join the 2019 Season of New Jersey's Favorite Small Theater!
Offering great theater to Mercer County since 1968.
PST is an opportunity for young actors, directors, designers, and theater administrators to become part of a unique artistic community. Our executive board and full-time company are made up of passionate undergraduates, graduate students and recent graduates from Princeton University and other neighboring institutions. PST offers them an unparalleled experience: a nurturing environment that inspires artistic ingenuity and prepares creative minds to enter the professional theater world.
Strong relationships are formed between company members who work and live together for the duration of the season and artists of the greater-Princeton area who are enthusiastic about collaborating with precocious newcomers on the theater scene. Through our Children’s Show, partnerships with area businesses and residents, and a fantastic collage of diverse performances, we bring together artists and community members in an 9-week long celebration of great theater.
photo by Denise Applewhite