is Penn’s only student-run, professionally directed theater group. Founded in 1936, it is also the oldest performing arts group on Penn’s campus. Penn Players produces one play and one musical each academic year. Most recently, the group staged an adaptation of the musical Spring Awakening. 34th Street spoke with Board Chair Alicia Lu and Vice Chair Sarah Gold about preparations for their upcoming production, Sylvia, which is the lighthearted story of an aging couple whose lives are fundamentally altered after taking in a stray dog. The show will take place in The Bruce Montgomery Theater on April 5th, 6th, and 7th, 2018.