Triangle: Staying Sassy While Minding Their Manors

I wish I looked that good in a cheerleading uniform...or in a tiger suit, for that matter.

I wish I looked that good in a cheerleading uniform...or in a tiger suit, for that matter.

In the distance, when the light is just right and the wind is tousling their bright blonde wigs, they really do kind of look like cheerleaders.

It also helps if you squint. A lot.

They are the men of Princeton University’s Triangle Club, and they are advertising their 120th annual original musical production by taking their playful crossdressing to the streets – and your classrooms.

According to the Triangle website, their current show, Family Feudalism, features “hot tunes, high kicks, and heraldic ha-ha’s [that] are sure to lay siege to your funny bone.”

The show is this Friday and Saturday evening at 8 p.m. at McCarter Theatre. Tickets are $10 each, unless you saved that handy 2-for-1 ticket you got in your Frist mailbox. Student Events Eligible.

    By Sarah Vitali on November 18th 2010, 11:08pm
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