24 Hour Play Festival (2018-19)

Written by student writers

Directed by student directors

Beginning with nothing but a few crazy prompts, student directors, designers, and actors set out to write, rehearse, and perform a play in under 24 hours.

Free admission to all!

September 2018

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The Moors

Written by Jen Silverman

Directed by Eliana Cohen-Orth `21

Two sisters and a dog live out their lives on the bleak English moors, dreaming about love and power. The arrival of a hapless governess and a practical moor-hen set all three on a strange and dangerous path in this Brontë-esque dark comedy about connection, desperation and visibility.

October 2018


Iphigenia at Aulis/Iphegenia and Other Daughters

Iphigenia at Aulis by Euripides, directed by Lydia Gompper `21

Iphigenia and Other Daughters by Ellen McLaughlin, directed by Rosie Vasen `21

A nation posed on the brink of war. A family torn apart by a terrible choice. Presented in repertory with each other, two different interpretations of a classic Greek myth combine ancient themes of pride, love, and revenge with ideas about agency, the meaning of family, and finding our place within history.

November 2018

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The Luck of the Irish

Written by Kirsten Greenidge

Directed by Chamari White-Mink `20

In mid-twentieth century America, a black family can only buy the house of their dreams if their name is not on the title. The choices they make in search of a better life still echo fifty years later as their family must continue to tackle questions of ownership, "the order of things" and what it takes to belong.

December 2018

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Freshman One-Act Festival (2018-2019)

Directed by student directors of the class of 2021

The newest members of the Princeton undergraduate community get a chance to shine in this weekend of one-act plays directed, acted, and produced by members of the class of 2021.

February 2019

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Cowboys vs. Samurai

Written by Michael Golamco

Directed by Jacy Duan `21

When Veronica Lee moves into the rural town of Breakneck, Wyoming, Travis, a Korean American “Twinkie” falls desperately in love. The problem? She has only ever dated white guys. Romantic escapades ensue in this savagely funny retelling of the French classic Cyrano de Bergerac, as Travis must discover if he has what it takes to win Veronica's heart.

March 2019




Student Playwrights' Festival (2018-2019)

Written by student playwrights

Directed by student directors

Every year, Theatre Intime celebrates campus playwrights with original plays written by students at Princeton University. The theatre of tomorrow, today!

April 2019

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Richard III

Written by William Shakespeare

Directed by Naomi Park `21

A thrilling blend of political intrigue and character study, Shakespeare’s Richard III follows a twisted, manipulative man intent on seizing the status and respect he believes he deserves. Experience the banter and wit, the dark comedy, and the chilling drama of this timeless classic as Richard does whatever it takes to become king.

Late April 2019



Written by Edward Albee

Directed by Nick Judt `20

Two couples confront conflict and communication barriers in this Pulitzer Prize-winning play.

June 2019