Princeton Summer Theater is proud to announce its executive board for the 2015 season: a group of four Princeton students dedicated to making great theater for the Princeton community and beyond. We're all incredibly excited to work together to form the tight-knit community of artists that makes PST so special. Learn more about our board below!
Artistic director - Wesley Cornwell
Wesley Cornwell is delighted to be joining the PST family for its 46th season. He is a member of the Princeton Class of 2016 and has been active within the theater community on campus since freshman year. He has served as the General Manager of Theater Intime as well as managing and designing for numerous shows on campus. He most recently designed the sets for Theater Intime's production of Romeo and Juliet and the theater department's production of Spring Awakening.
Executive director - David Drew
David is thrilled to work with PST this summer. During his time at Princeton, he served 3 terms on the managing board of Theatre Intime, co-founded and hosted the talk/variety show "All-Nighter", directed HANSEL/GRETEL for the Theater program, and acted with Quipfire! Improv and in various campus theater productions. Lately, he's been studying improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre and writing plays and screenplays (and getting ready for an awesome summer).
Company manager - kanoa mulling
Kanoa Mulling is an actor and director in the Princeton University class of 2015. Princeton University acting includes Uncle Vanya (Astrov), Red Noses (Father Flote), Bat Boy (Dr. Parker), Next to Normal (Dr. Fine/Dr. Madden), Great Expectations (Joe and Jaggers), Hamlet (Horatio). Princeton University directing includes King Lear, Frankenstein, and The Other Shore. Kanoa is excited to take on the role of Company Manager in his first run with Princeton Summer Theater.
Communications director/graphic designer - sarah cuneo
Sarah Cuneo is thrilled to be joining PST for its 46th season. A member of the Princeton Class of 2015, Sarah has been incredibly active in the campus theater community since her freshman year, acting in nearly twenty productions and serving on the board of several student theater groups. Sarah is also a passionate graphic designer and often designs the posters for Princeton's theatrical productions. She most recently played Father Toulon in the theater program's production of Red Noses and is currently in rehearsals for a senior thesis production of Paula Vogel's How I Learned to Drive.