The Hello Girls
Presented by the Lewis Center for the Arts’ Programs in Theater and Music Theater
March 25 - 27
VENUE Berlind Theater
DATE/TIME March 25 & 26 at 8:00PM and March 27 at 2:00PM
ACCESSIBILITY The March 27 at 2 p.m. performance will be open captioned. An assistive listening system is available in the Berlind Theatre, which is wheelchair accessible. Guests in need of other access accommodations are invited to contact the Lewis Center at least one week in advance at LewisCenter@princeton.edu
ABOUT THE SHOW
From New York to Paris, from ragtime to jazz, The Hello Girls chronicles the story of America’s first women soldiers. These intrepid heroines served as bi-lingual telephone operators on the front lines, helping turn the tide of World War I. They then returned home to fight a decades-long battle for equality and recognition, paving the way for future generations. Music and lyrics by Peter Mills, book by Peter Mills and Cara Reichel, both Princeton alumni. Directed by Princeton senior Kate Semmens and featuring seniors Molly Bremer and Violet Gautreau, alongside a company of twelve student actor-musicians.
World Premiere Performance 2018, commissioned by Prospect Theatre Company, New York, NY; Cara Reichel, Producing Artistic Director, Melissa Huber, Managing Director
Admission: Open to the public. Tickets are $12 in advance, $17 purchased day of performances; $10 for students at McCarter Ticket Office at mccarter.org.
COVID-19 Guidance: All guests are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to the maximum extent, which now includes a COVID booster shot for all eligible to receive it, and to wear a mask when indoors. All guests are also required to show proof of vaccination/booster and a photo ID at the door (Princeton students, faculty and staff only need to show their PU ID card.) Actors and musicians will be unmasked while performing on stage.
For more information: https://arts.princeton.edu/events/the-hello-girls/2022-03-25/
“Please be aware that this production's subject matter is centered around military violence and depictions of historical warfare. The show also contains loud explosion sounds and implied gun violence."