Varun Sharma ’15, President

Varun Sharma is currently a Co-President of PSAT. He began his acting career at a very young age, entering the spotlight as “Seaweed #3” in his 1st grade play. Though he never took part in a theater production again until entering college, his mind remained in the realm of acting, living through years of reflection on his past decisions and his goals for the future. With PSAT, Varun has realized many of his greatest dreams such as playing a toned down version of himself in Masala Chai Candidate, sleeping on stage in PSAT’s first ever drama, Kobor, and continually promising a YouTube channel full of exclusive PSAT clips to suckers who believe him. Varun still hopes to achieve even more in his few months left leading PSAT. He plans on taking the troupe to new places (literally) by going on tour in the northeast. He aspires to have each play be more exciting, rewarding, and memorable than the last, for both the incredibly talented PSAT members and the incredibly drunk audiences. Every expression of alumni jealousy about PSAT's amazing new plays is music to Varun's ears. Sweet, southasian music. PSAT has been one of the most enjoyable and gratifying experiences Varun has been a part of at Princeton. He’s glad this PSAT website is finally a thing and hopes that PSAT gains more and more to talk about and be proud of as the group grows and flourishes further. Also, Varun is from New York City. And he tries to bring it up whenever he gets a chance because it's pretty cool.

Varun Sharma ’15, President Emeritus

Varun Sharma is currently a Co-President of PSAT. He began his acting career at a very young age, entering the spotlight as “Seaweed #3” in his 1st grade play. Though he never took part in a theater production again until entering college, his mind remained in the realm of acting, living through years of reflection on his past decisions and his goals for the future.

With PSAT, Varun has realized many of his greatest dreams such as playing a toned down version of himself in Masala Chai Candidate, sleeping on stage in PSAT’s first ever drama, Kobor, and continually promising a YouTube channel full of exclusive PSAT clips to suckers who believe him.

Varun still hopes to achieve even more in his few months left leading PSAT. He plans on taking the troupe to new places (literally) by going on tour in the northeast. He aspires to have each play be more exciting, rewarding, and memorable than the last, for both the incredibly talented PSAT members and the incredibly drunk audiences. Every expression of alumni jealousy about PSAT’s amazing new plays is music to Varun’s ears. Sweet, southasian music.

PSAT has been one of the most enjoyable and gratifying experiences Varun has been a part of at Princeton. He’s glad this PSAT website is finally a thing and hopes that PSAT gains more and more to talk about and be proud of as the group grows and flourishes further.

Also, Varun is from New York City. And he tries to bring it up whenever he gets a chance because it’s pretty cool.