Where There's A Song 2016
Nov
20
1:00 pm13:00

Where There's A Song 2016

  • McCarter Theatre

1:00pm – 2:30pm • McCarter Theatre

We saved the best for the grand finale! Join us for our alumni production featuring members of the original casts and an epic "Mother of All Triangle Overtures" - the perfect way to cap off a memorable weekend.

Brunch
Nov
20
10:30 am10:30

Brunch

  • Prospect House

10:30am – 12:00pm • Prospect House

Start your day on the right foot with brunch accompanied by a helping of planned and spontaneous performances! This brunch is for the Alumni Classes of 1950 to 2006 who are not performing in the Alumni Show (Young Alums will have brunch on their own).

10:30am – 12:00pm • McCarter Theatre

Alumni performing in Sunday's show, including musicians in the "Mother of All Triangle Overtures" will have brunch at McCarter during rehearsals. Your spouse/guest is welcome to join you at McCarter.

Gala Dinner Dance
Nov
19
Nov 20

Gala Dinner Dance

  • Hyatt Regency Ballroom

7:00pm - 12:30am • Hyatt Regency Ballroom

A not-to-be-missed highlight of the weekend’s festivities! Enjoy an elegant night with a cocktail reception, dinner with roasts and toasts, showstopping alumni performances and dancing until the wee hours with Steve Wexler and the Top Shelf. Undergrads will join for the fun after their show, at about 10:00pm.

 

Panel Discussion: Triangle Today
Nov
19
4:00 pm16:00

Panel Discussion: Triangle Today

  • McCarter Theater

4:00pm – 5:00pm • McCarter Theater

Hear from undergrads from all sides of the Triangle about how the show is produced, from writing, performing, pit, tech, and business. With Abby Jean Baptiste '18, Daniel Rounds '17, Kevin Romero '18, Andrew Hartnett '18, Kai Xin Tai '19, moderated by Marc Segan '77. Optional backstage tour of McCarter will follow.

Post-Show Reception & Alumni Performances
Nov
18
Nov 19

Post-Show Reception & Alumni Performances

  • McCarter Theatre

10:15pm - 12:30am • McCarter Theatre

This is guaranteed to be one of the biggest Triangle Opening Night parties in history! Gather around one of McCarter’s many pianos for performances of Triangle’s greatest hits from the past and present. Spontaneous singing is highly likely… and highly encouraged!

Special Battle of the Kicklines at midnight!

Opening Night: Greece'd Lightning!
Nov
18
8:00 pm20:00

Opening Night: Greece'd Lightning!

  • McCarter Theatre

8:00pm – 10:00pm • McCarter Theatre

It’s all Greek to Triangle in this new musical where a can-do baker from Greece’s smallest city-state tries to win the world’s first ever Olympics! But how can she compete when her sponsor is the Ruler of the Dead, she’s falling for Zeus’s athlete, and sports haven’t even been invented? 

Bonus: the stars of Greece’d Lightning! will cap off the performance with a special revue of Triangle classics!

Panel Discussion: After the Kickline: Triangle Alumni Develop New Musicals Beyond McCarter
Nov
18
4:00 pm16:00

Panel Discussion: After the Kickline: Triangle Alumni Develop New Musicals Beyond McCarter

  • Computer Science Lecture Hall #104

4:00pm – 5:15pm • Computer Science Lecture Hall #104

Join a panel discussion with Triangle Alumni who continue to make their mark on the development of new musical theater. Panelists include Tony Award Nominated writer Douglas McGrath '80 (Beautiful: The Carole King Musical), writer/director/producer Cara Reichel '93, Broadway stage manager Alex Volckhausen '93, actress Annie Torsiglieri '85 and playwright/songwriter Drew Fornarola '06, moderated by author Louis Bayard '85