Pippin Philadelphia | Academy of Music

Pippin Philadelphia | Academy of Music

This February, soar high with Pippin! The hit and high-flying Broadway musical classic with Stephen Schwartz’s wonderful musical score, Pippin joins the blockbuster 2015-2016 season of Broadway Philadelphia. Opening on February 23, 2016, Pippin has a limited engagement for eight shows only at the Academy of Music until February 28, 2016.

A troubled young prince who desperately wants to find the meaning of his existence, Pippin embarks on a journey for self-discovery that will forever change his life. His story is seen through the eyes of a mysterious performing troupe’s enigmatic Leading Player. Winner of four trophies from the 2013 Tony Awards that include the one for Best Musical Revival, Pippin explodes with wondrous magical feats and memorable songs. Pippin also features Les 7 Doigts de la Main’s astounding and death defying acrobatics choreography. Overflowing with extraordinary acrobatics, Pippin is all set to amaze it Philadelphia audience this February!

Don’t forget to catch the breathtaking Pippin shows at the Academy of Music at 7:30 PM on February 23 to 25 (Tuesday to Thursday), at 8 PM on February 26 (Friday), at 2 PM and 8 PM on February 27 (Saturday), and at 1 PM and 6:30 PM on February 28 (Sunday). With an intermission, the performance time of Pippin is 2 hours and 35 minutes.

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Pippin Philadelphia Cast
Leading Player – Sasha Allen
Pippin – Sam Lips
Charles – John Rubinstein
Fastrada, u/s Leading Player, u/s Berthe – Sabrina Harper
Catherine – Kristine Reese
Berthe – Adrienne Barbeau
Lewis, u/s Pippin – Erik Altemus
Player – Andalousi
Player, u/s Catherine, u/s Fastrada – Bradley Benjamin
Theo – Jake Berman
Player – Dmitrious Bistrevsky
Player – Keven Langlois Boucher
Swing, Assistant Choreographer, Dance Captain – Mark Burrell
Player, u/s Lewis – Mathew deGuzman
Player – Sammy Dinneen
Swing, u/s Pippin, u/s Lewis – Henry Gottfried
Player – Kelsey Jamieson
Player – Preston Jamieson
Player – Anna Kachalova
Player, u/s Leading Player, u/s Berthe – Lisa Karlin
Player, u/s Charles – Alan Kelly
Theo – Stephen Sayegh
Player, u/s Catherine – Anna Schnaitter
Player – Katie Smith
Swing, u/s Fastrada, Acro Cover – Kate Wesler
Player – Borris York

Book – Roger O. Hirson
Music and Lyrics – Stephen Schwartz
Director – Diane Paulus
Choreography – Chet Walker
Circus Creation – Gypsy Snider
Scenic Design – Scott Pask
Costume Design – Dominique Lemieux



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