Triangle Club returning to McCarter stage

   The Princeton Triangle Club, the nation’s oldest college musical-comedy troupe, is returning to McCarter Theatre with its 113th annual production, "For Love or Funny." Performances will be given Friday and Saturday, Nov. 14 and 15, at 8 p.m., and Sunday, Nov. 16 at 2 p.m. "With its new fall show, including the traditional all-male kickline, Triangle proves that musical comedy is still very much alive and kicking," declares The Daily Princetonian.
   This year’s Triangle Show takes on the challenging and ridiculous genre of Reality TV to create the first-ever Reality Musical.
   The 113th Triangle Show has found a variety of targets to satirize and pillory, from NATO expansion and U.N. personnel to barbarians, Vikings, pirates, robots and, of course, women in prison.
   Triangle will also explore the true origins of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s "The Little Prince" and the subtle nuances of Performance Art gone horribly, horribly wrong. Triangle promises a musical more real than real life itself.
   Hot on the heels of last year’s hit, Triangle welcomes back its highly skilled team of professionals including director-choreographer Dan Knechtges, musical supervisor Steven Silverstein, orchestrator Ron Drotos, costume designer Anne-Marie Wright and lighting designer Christopher Gorzelnik.
   Tickets are $20, $22, $23 and $25. Student tickets are $7.50 with ID. To charge tickets by phone, call the McCarter Theatre box office at (609) 258-2787 or visit